‘Streetcar’ comes home
In 1947, “A Streetcar Named Desire” premiered at the Shubert, blocks from the University Theatre where the show will open Thursday.
Cabaret to unveil new season
This season, the Yale Cabaret, the primary home for extracurricular productions by students at the School of Drama, will follow a less hierarchical managing structure than in past years.
Singers applaud shorter rush
Members of the a cappella community interviewed unanimously said they believe the revised rush process was a better experience for all involved.
‘A Year with 13 Moons’ explores identity in flux
Director Robert Woodruff and actor Bill Camp collaborated on adapting the script for the Yale Repertory Theatre’s final production of the season, “In a Year with 13 Moons,” from the original German film.
Marina Keegan Award honors playwrights
When Marina Keegan ’12 died just a few days after her graduation from Yale College, her parents, friends and professors soon began to wonder how her memory might best be kept alive at the school.
Giamatti addresses hometown audience
Paul Giamatti ’89 DRA ’94 had already been applauded twice before speaking his first words at a talk given to a packed University Theatre on Monday afternoon.