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London on Stage | October 5-14, 2017

Travel with Tim Slover and Jane England
Professors, Department of Theatre


"Tim and Jane are the best. They are both extremely knowledgeable, approachable, and organized. Their love of England is apparent to anyone who talks to them for more than ten seconds. I would travel anywhere with either or both of them."
- London on Stage Traveler, 2016

Tim is a Professor in the Department of Theatre, where he teaches Playwriting, Dramatic Literature, Shakespeare, and Contemporary Drama. Tim is also a produced screenwriter, a published novelist, and an award-winning playwright with plays produced off-Broadway and in the US, Britain, and Canada.

Jane teaches Introduction to Theatre and Dramatic Literature in the Department of Theatre and administers London Learning Abroad programs for both the Theatre and English Departments. She attended the London School of Economics for post-graduate studies and, in addition to her many London and UK tours, has led travel programs in Bali and Japan.

Tim and Jane bring their expertise and enthusiasm to Go Learn from directing the University of Utah's Beacons of Excellence Award-winning Theatre, Fine Arts and Humanities in London Learning Abroad student program—for fifteen years and still going strong.

orange_white_32-94fc761.png Tim and Jane sat down with two travelers from the 2016 London On Stage trip. Listen to what they had to say.



Whether you love the theatre or are a novice, this trip is sure to amaze you. Jane has curated the best of the best of London's vibrant theatrical season and procured prime seats to the most important works of the year. The buzz surrounding these productions is considerable, making them the most exclusive engagements in London. Highlights include:

  • The Ferryman The fastest selling play in Royal Court history has also been dubbed the "London play of the year." We have tickets to the final night.
  • King Lear This brand new production in the best seats at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
  • Girl from the North Country See the world premiere of a new play by Conor McPherson, with music by Bob Dylan
  • Wings This new production at the exciting Young Vic Theatre stars Juliet Stevenson
  • Oslo This thrilling true story has been nominated for seven Tony® awards including Best Play and Best Direction of a Play

"This trip far exceed our expectations! The variety of theater experiences; the presentations educating us on genres, writers, and actors; and the seats obtained truly put this trip in a category of its own. Incredible!" 
- London on Stage Traveler, 2016



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