Yale Summer Cabaret celebrates 40th anniversary

The Yale Summer Cabaret is preparing to celebrate its 40th anniversary by paying homage to the Cabaret’s past and looking forward to its future.

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New Rep show explores family, freedom

For its last show of the 2013-’14 season, the Yale Rep is staging a new play exploring the importance of family and the cost of freedom.

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YDC overhauls constitution

The Yale Drama Coalition plans to have a new website and a new constitution by the end of this academic year.

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Theater festival draws diverse crowd

This past weekend, a group of actors, directors and playwrights gathered to create, rehearse and perform a piece of theater — all within 24 hours.

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Recent graduates stage new play in NYC

Though their days in Yale’s undergraduate theater scene are over, four recent Yale alums have reunited in New York City to help stage a newly written play about the ‘American Dream.’

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Director of “Twelve Angry Men” discusses show

“12 Angry Men” by Reginald Rose opens Thursday night in the Davenport Auditorium.

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¡Teatro! spring show explores challenges in Latin-American community

This Thursday night, Yale’s only Latin-American theater ensemble ¡Teatro! will perform a Tony Award-winning musical.

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Lineup announced for International Festival of Arts & Ideas

The International Festival of Arts & Ideas, listed by CNN on its “50 States, 50 Spots for 2014” travel guide, will return to New Haven this June.

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Students stage Mozart masterpiece

The Opera Theatre of Yale College is returning to perform one of Mozart’s masterpieces.

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School of Drama and Music collaborate on project

The Yale School of Drama and Yale School of Music have been working on one of their largest collaborations to date.

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The two worlds of “Valhalla”

Opening this Thursday night at the Whitney Theater, “Valhalla” by Paul Rudnick ’77 follows the lives of two characters from vastly different backgrounds, living nearly a century apart from one another and connected only by their common love of beauty and their desire to pursue it at any cost.

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Student production stages challenges of adulthood

For its Spring Experimental Production, the Yale Dramatic Association is staging a piece that traces the lives of two friends who grapple with the realities of growing up.

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