Carol Stewart teaches courses in theatre and the humanities at the University of Louisville, including classes in foundation courses in humanities, creativity and the arts, acting, radio drama, performance theory, script analysis, and prison theatre. She also teaches courses at Bellarmine University, including a senior seminar in social justice and a class in the history of musical theatre. Summer 2018 will be her fourth time teaching the London Summer 4-week course for CCSA. She has traveled through Norway, Ireland, Italy, Japan, India, Ecuador, Peru, and throughout the UK. Carol earned her BFA at the Goodman School of Drama and an MA at the University of Louisville; she is currently a doctoral candidate in Interdisciplinary Humanities at UofL. Her areas of research and artistic practice are focused on podcasting and radio drama, creative flow and the experience of the actor; Shakespeare in translation; and Shakespeare with non-traditional artists, including the incarcerated and the aging.
Music at blues, swing, and jazz clubs; classical music at St. Martin in the Field; and upbeat contemporary music at the Royal Albert Hall;
Theatre in the West End, the Globe, and the National Theatre, along with innovative new works from smaller, award-winning companies;
Food and drink at restaurants and pubs featuring iconic British fare;
Guided in-depth tours of fascinating and unusual collections of art and artifacts,
Opportunities to make art and have conversations with working artists.