Arts & Sciences student and English major Molly Karr '18 writes about her study abroad experience with a London acting troupe in this Cornell Research piece.
"My classrooms lacked desks. I traded my graphing calculator for dance shoes, scripts, and corsets. Many of my professors had been or were in shows on the West End, which is like the Broadway of London," Karr writes.
"Classes I had never dreamed of taking—private audition sessions with an opera director, Alexander technique, dialect, period dance, and stage combat—suddenly consumed my schedule. In addition to the heavy course load, our two main classes, Acting and Shakespeare, we put on showcases at the end of the semester."
Read the entire Cornell Research story here.