Belly dancers combat hunger
On April 5, the Yale Belly Dance Society will perform its annual “Hips Against Hunger” belly dance show, which raises funds for New Haven’s Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen.
‘Arthur’ mixes ballet and myth
The April 5 debut of the ballet “Arthur" will mark the first time the story of King Arthur and his court at Camelot are performed as a ballet.
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.
Artspace exhibit honors Ghebreyesus
A new exhibit at Artspace pays tribute to the colorful work of Ficre Ghebreyesus ART ’02, the late artist and New Haven restaurateur.
Free Skool is Kool for Everyone
The New Haven Free Skool, the latest project of the People’s Art Collective, teaches the city’s residents for free. YTV attends the classes.
Finding Your Voice: Spoken Word at Yale
Reporters Isabel McCullough ’16 and Olivia Pavco-Giaccia ’16 profile Davenport freshman Emtithal Mahmoud and her relationship with spoken word at Yale.
Filmmaker puts New Haven on screen
Though his work has been shown at many film festivals around the world, filmmaker Stephen Dest kept his cameras focused on the buildings and streets of New Haven to produce his latest project.
A still-modern major musical
For our generation, the ambiguity of “pilot” and “pirate” in British pronunciation might spark an Internet meme; for W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, it’s the beginning of an opera.
Levine celebrates Pope John Paul II
Yesterday, conductor Sir Gilbert Levine GRD ’72 spoke with the News about his recent work, a PBS concert titled “Out of Many, One — A Musical Offering from Chicago — In the Spirit of John Paul” that will be televised at Yale on Thursday.