Festival helps undergraduate playwrights

This weekend, students, professors and professional playwrights gathered at the Rep to celebrate the original work of five undergraduates.

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New Whim ‘n Rhythm class announced

On Sunday night, Whim 'n Rhythm, Yale's all-senior, all-female a cappella group selected its newest class.

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Play to focus on improvised music

While most plays are entirely scripted, an upcoming undergraduate production will have much of its content created on the spot.

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University responds to demand for technicians

By experimenting with theater’s technical aspects such as light, sound and set design, students have been staging increasingly complex shows.

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Whiffenpoofs select new class

The Whiffs were named after mythical dragonfish.

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Dramat to stage a Shakespeare classic

Tonight, one of Shakespeare’s best-known comedies will come to life before a Yale audience.

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UCS expands arts-related initiatives

Faculty, administrators and students are working to make the Yale Undergraduate Career Services Center a more reliable resource for aspiring artists.

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Broadway actress talks show business

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

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Rep show stages dark side of fairy tales

The Yale Rep's newest show will remind audiences that fairy tales can be about escaping death rather than finding a Prince Charming.

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Musical explores transformation, self-worth

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

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‘Antony and Cleopatra’ humanizes history

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

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My Fair Lady returns to New Haven

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

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