Edinburgh Theatre Festival course

August 7-20, UMass Amherst offers a English 397DH, “Alternative Theatres: Navigating the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.”  During the two-week summer-abroad course in Scotland, students see over 20 plays and immerse themselves in the contemporary theatre scene.  In 2012, the course will be strictly limited to 14 students, so early application is encouraged.  Check out the website at www.2000plays.com.

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Due to a larger number of applications, the Edinburgh Festival course is now full for the Summer of 2013. If you are interested in being pre-admitted for the Summer of 2014, please contact Professor Jenny Spencer at jspencer@english.umass.edu.