London Center Drama Program

Ithaca College London Center

Purpose of the Program
The purpose of the The Ithaca College London Center (ICLC) Theatre Program is to allow the student to experience the rich dramatic heritage of one of the great theatrical capitals. 

What classes you may take
Students are referred to the Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog for a complete listing of courses available at ICLC. However, the typical theatre student takes the following courses:

  • THEA 34700: London Theatre Immersions (all students)
  • THEA 34500: Walking Tour (all students)
  • ENGL 21900: Shakespeare (all students)
  • THEA 13700: Stage Combat (PERF & BATS)
  • MUNM xxxxx: Voice (MT)
  • THEA 33300: Styles (PERF)
  • ART 13700: British Art & Architecture (TP&D)
  • THEA 49000: Internship (TAM & TP&D)


Students should contact the Office of International Programs for application deadlines and fee information.

It is recommended by the Department of Theatre Arts that students attend the ICLC at the following times:

  • B.F.A. Acting: Fall
  • B.F.A. Musical Theatre: Spring
  • B.S. Theatre Arts Management: In consultation with the TAM coordinator
  • B.F.A. Theatrical Production & Design:
    • Divided evenly by the Theatrical Production & Design faculty
  • B.F.A. Stage Management
    • Either semester, divided evenly by the Stage Management faculty
  • B.A. Theatre Studies
    • Either semester, but monitored by the B.A. area coordinator and the chair to ensure balanced classes in fall and spring semesters.
    • In order to ensure a balanced number of students going to London in fall and spring semesters, at midterm in the fall semester before the junior year the History of the Theatre class and the History of Costume and Décor class will be polled to determine approximate numbers for each semester at ICLC in the following academic year. If there is an imbalance, degree programs with flexibility, particularly the B.A. drama/theatre studies program, will find a way to evenly divide the students between fall and spring semester.

For information on housing in London please visit the Ithaca College London Center webpage.