Yale Rep’s ‘Arcadia’ to fuse art and science

For its first show of the 2014–’15 season, the Yale Repertory Theatre will present a marriage of science and art as it stages one of the most widely known plays of the last two decades.

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Yale Cabaret opens new season

The Yale Cabaret’s new season will aim to stage Yale School of Drama students’ most ambitious theatrical ideas.

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YSD directors stage classics in novel ways

This season, three Yale School of Drama students are looking to conclude their degrees with new interpretations of classical works.

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UP CLOSE: On campus, a growing support for arts-oriented careers

Every year, over 100 students graduate with a degree in one of Yale’s seven arts-related majors: Art, History of Art, Music, Theater Studies, Film Studies, Architecture and Computing in the Arts.

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Theater Studies curriculum emphasizes interdisciplinarity

Students interested in taking Theater Studies classes this year will have a number of opportunities to venture beyond the world of drama.

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Former artistic director of the Yale Cabaret talks venue’s future

Kerwin sat down with the News to discuss her experience with the Cabaret — and the venue’s future.

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Freshmen’s arrival spurs growth in campus theater

This year, freshmen interested in working on theater at Yale could begin the process just three days after they arrived on campus.

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New arts organizations seek expansion

This semester’s extracurricular fair will boast several new booths from recently created arts-related organizations on campus.

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Three undergraduate shows take on Fringe

The casts and creative teams of three Yale undergraduate productions have reunited in downtown Manhattan this week to prepare for the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival.

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Alumni recognized for work in television

As of yesterday, several Yalies are set to receive recognition for their work on several of the most popular television series from last year.

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Yale Drama graduates, professor honored at Tony Awards

Members of the Yale community had a strong showing at the 68th annual Tony Awards on Sunday night, winning four awards and earning over a dozen nominations.

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Professor of Poetry established

The Professor of Poetry will be able to teach poetry from any literary period, covering works that were written in any of eight languages, including English, Latin and Ancient Greek, among others.

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