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Stratford-Upon-Avon

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In Summer 2007, Students studied Shakespeare performance in Stratford-Upon-Avon, the great playwright's birthplace, for 28 days. Professor Paul Meier led a group to the picturesque English riverside town that is home to The Royal Shakespeare Company, perhaps the greatest producing company of the Bard's work. They studied with members of the company, saw all the shows, enjoyed excursions to London and other places of interest. 

The next Stratford-Upon-Avon trip has not been scheduled.  

 


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