Broadway actress talks show business

February 6, 2014
This Monday, students hoping to pursue professional acting careers received advice from an experienced Yale alumna.

Rep show stages dark side of fairy tales

February 5, 2014
The Yale Rep's newest show will remind audiences that fairy tales can be about escaping death rather than finding a Prince Charming.
Students perform in "The Spitfire Grill." A new section of the UCS website will be specifically targeted towards students in the arts looking
for employment and other opportunities.

Musical explores transformation, self-worth

February 5, 2014
This week, a folk musical will explore the value of acceptance from the perspective of a woman who has only experienced it in prison.

‘Antony and Cleopatra’ humanizes history

January 29, 2014
This week, a students will stage one of Shakespeare’s most well-known tragedies — a story of love and war in the ancient world.

My Fair Lady returns to New Haven

January 22, 2014
One of the most well-known musicals in theater history is returning to New Haven: the city where it first premiered.

Cabaret show explores post-apocalyptic future

January 17, 2014
The Yale Cabaret is offering a glimpse into what might happen if materialism overwhelms our world.

Cabaret sees record season

January 15, 2014
The current Yale Cabaret season is on track to end its run with the highest revenues the theater has earned in the past five years.

Discussions for performance signboards underway

January 15, 2014
Student groups and University administrators are still discussing potential replacements for the iconic signboards on Elm and High Streets.

Harvard to offer theater major

December 4, 2013
A few years from now, students interested in studying theater within the Ivy League may not immediately turn to Yale.
Students at the Yale School of Drama said they would like more
opportunities to collaborate across arts disciplines.

Yale’s art schools grapple with collaboration

December 3, 2013
Despite Yale's plethora of graduate arts offerings, there is still work to be done to improve the arts schools’ interdisciplinary collaboration.
“Parade,” directed by Sarah Krohn and produced by Derek Braverman ’15, deals with the dark culture of the American South and grapples with various difficult issues during the pre-World War I era. The show, which is the Fall Mainstage for the Dramat, goes up today, and will be up until Saturday, Nov. 23.

Dramat mainstage tells tragic love story

November 20, 2013
“Parade,” by Jason Robert Brown, revisits a dark moment in American history.
The Yale Heritage Theatre Ensemble’s “Breath, Room,” tells the story of a
gang leader coping with violence.

Play explores hope amidst violence

November 14, 2013
The Yale Heritage Theatre Ensemble will stage the story of a gang leader trying to remain hopeful in a violent world.