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Prague Quadrennial Program

Please join us on Wednesday, September 12 at 3pm in FAIC 307 to find out more!

The two-week Prague Quadrennial Program is held every four years (2019 will be the next) and consists of attendance at the Prague Quadrennial of Theatre Design and Space, along with tours and attendance at shows and other cultural/theatrical venues. It is an intensive immersion into the world of international performance. The Prague Quadrennial has been held every four years since 1967, bringing together artists from all over the globe for lectures, hand-on-workshops, performances, and stunning exhibitions. Students will attend PQ activities daily,

The Prague Quadrennial Program was developed and led by Professors Kristen Morgan and Anya Sokolovskaya, in order to place students in an environment in which "learning through practice" could become a daily reality at the highest level of expectations and experiences.

The Prague Quadrennial Program is planned to meet the needs of the BA in Theatre and New Media Studies. Theatre majors may choose this program as a capstone requirement for the Theatre major that includes research and experiential projects that lead to paper presentations and performances.

Course (to be taken in the Spring preceding the summer trip):

THE 476: Theatre on Tour, 3 credits

To note: Students interested in participating are required to take THE 476 Theatre On Tour at Eastern in the Spring preceding the trip in order to prepare for the Prague program.