Program Details

The program will offer participants an opportunity to learn the Greek culture and language in its native environment, right in the midst of the township of Katohi, a rural farm community of Greece, and to experience preparing and performing a Greek trage
Location:
Athens, Greece
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
The company will be limited to a maximum of 15 participants. A faculty instructor from the University of Kansas will lead the program with the assistance of two local instructors. The program takes place in the Greek village of Katohi, about three miles from the ancient hilly fort complex of Oiniades where the theatre is located. The program is jointly sponsored by the University of Kansas and the village of Katohi.

The program will offer participants an opportunity to learn the Greek culture and language in its native environment, right in the midst of the township of Katohi, a rural farm community of Greece, and to experience preparing and performing a Greek tragedy in the ancient outdoor theatre of Oiniades.

The program fee includes tuition and fees, room and most meals in Greece, group excursions and cultural events in Greece, and emergency medical evacuation and repatriation services.
Setting Description:
Students will earn six hours of undergraduate or graduate credit. In addition to theatre production, participants will study modern Greek, classical Greek culture, history of ancient Greek theatre and architecture, and Greek song and dance. CLSX 375 Summer Theatre (3 credit hours) THR 304 Summer Theatre (3 undergraduate credits) THR 704 Summer Theatre (3 graduate credits)

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