Actress Angela Lansbury meets privately with Cabrini students and faculty.
Students and faculty from Cabrini’s “CCA 213: On Stage – Live in London” traveled to London May 9 – 15 to experience and explore a variety of dramatic and staged works through seminars and performances in Britain’s famed theatrical city.
This trip is the culmination of a semester of study through the Cabrini College’s study abroad program CCA 213 aesthetics course that offers experiential examination of contemporary British and American theater in a series of weekly on-campus seminars during the spring semester.
Course instructors Thomas Stretton, Ed.D, associate professor of education and artistic director of the Cabrini College theatre, and Kimberly Boyd, Ph.D., interim associate dean for academic affairs and associate professor of biology, joined 20 students in London.
While there, the group enjoyed:
Cabrini student, Christian Keeney ’15, felt the trip lived up to its experiential mission. “From the moment we landed,” Keeny said, “it was a non-stop exploration of a foreign city and all of its nuances in practically full immersion.”
Alyssa Reape ’15 felt the experience was life-affirming. “I was surrounded by history and culture, and I was able to learn about things that have true meaning and importance in my life. And I was able to share this time of learning and exploring with people I truly care about.”
Cabrini students touring TV and radio stations at the BBC
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