About Edinburgh Fringe Festival -- Alternative Theatre in Scotland
Travel to the Edinburgh Fringe Theatre Festival in Scotland and see new forms of theater from all over the world! In this course you will learn to navigate the largest Fringe Festival in the world with confidence. Attend shows by international companies, experience experimental theater, and see new work by contemporary playwrights. By attending and critically evaluating a wide range of new performance created by artists from all over the world, you will have the opportunity to engage in a more complex way with the relationship of theatre, culture, and national identity – transforming your understanding of theatre and your world.
The Alternative Theatre course focuses on developing an international perspective on theatre’s relationship to culture and identity by experiencing and evaluating diverse aesthetic viewpoints from artists all over the world. In doing so, the course also covers a wide range of general or liberal education objectives.
August 9 - 23, 2017
Kym Longhi has cultivated her artistic vision as an actor, mime, writer, director, teacher and artist for nearly 3 decades. Her experience encompasses classical speaking theater, experimental theater, mime and dance. She is the first certified Margolis Method instructor in the United States and is registered as an RYT 200.
Housing and Meals
Housing is dorm-style in a hostel. Limit 4 to a room. Welcome meal is included; remaining meals are up to the student.
Organized excursions will include a bus tour of the Scottish Highlands, and a walking tour of the city of Edinburgh.
Contact Kym Longhi firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.