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London Semester - Fall 2012

reh2You are invited to read the following blogs of several students currently enrolled in the London Semester program. These are unedited student reflections about their experiences in London this semester.

Student Blogs

Dana Anderson: http://dcanderson.tumblr.com/
Anastasia Arnold: http://aarnold214.tumblr.com/
Sean Doherty: http://seandanieldoherty.tumblr.com/
Jess Benson: http://jessicanicolebenson1.tumblr.com/
Bryson Hoff: http://anupstartcrow.blogspot.co.uk/
Zach Minder: http://zachminder.tumblr.com/
Jaime Petriarca: http://jaimelynnpatriarca.tumblr.com/
Erich Peltz: http://peltze.tumblr.com/
Berto Ruiz: http://bruizlondon.tumblr.com/

Additional Photos & A Video

More Millikin University Student Photos ---> London 2012 & Thanksgiving 2012

Westminster Abbey

Canterbury Cathedral

Westminster Abbey

Tour at the spot of Thomas Becket's murder.

Westminster Abbey

Millikin University London students at Westminster Abbey

Stratford

Students at the entrance to the street containing Shakespeare's birthplace at Stratford-upon-Avon

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Millikin students preparing scenes from medieval mystery cycles.

London - Fall 2012 - Mystery Cycle Video

You are invited to read the following blogs of several students currently enrolled in the London Semester program. These are unedited student reflections about their experiences in London this semester. You can see the video on YouTube at:

<http://youtu.be/l2TWpld0wgw>

The video shows a single class session of Integrated Theatre Studies I (TH 335/HI 360), a survey of theatre history, taught during the London Semester in Fall 2012. The instructor, Dr. Stephe Harrop <http://www.stepheharrop.co.uk/>, had students prepare a dramatic reading of medieval mystery cycles based upon the York Cycle of mystery plays. Students had roughly 90 minutes to prepare a performance, using any performance space in a selected portion of Kensington Gardens. Students needed to improvise properties and guide the audience to the next station. The class of 15 was divided into three groups of five, performing selections from pageants dealing with Joesph and Mary, the shepherds, and Herod the Great. This video documents the final performance of these scenes, and the accompanying photos document the groups’ rehearsals for the performance.

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