Drama professor bikes for charity

Neil Mulligan DRA ’01, technical director of the Yale Repertory Theatre and a professor at the School of Drama, has been serving the theater community at and outside of Yale for over a decade. He has also been serving his country. This week, Mulligan began his cross country bicycle journey out of Portland, Oregan in […]

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Yalies form ensemble theater company

Twelve current students and recent alumni of the Yale School of Drama have banded together to form Old Sound Room, a new ensemble theater company based in New York City. Their maiden show is “an aggressive adaptation” of Shakespeare’s “King Lear” that involves words, “frenzied” movement and original, beat-driven music, according to a press announcement. […]

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One year later, Keegan’s influence continues to touch campus

A year after Marina Keegan ’12 died in a car accident on May 26, 2012, she continues to be remembered for her intersecting passions of writing and social justice. “The most important aspects of the human struggle for justice, of concern for others and for those aspects of our humanity that oblige us to serve […]

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Keegan’s ‘Utility Monster’ to see national premiere

The play will go up at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater in Cape Cod, Mass. a year after Marina Keegan's ’12 death in a car accident.

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Inaugural Marina Keegan playwriting award bestowed

In a Friday evening ceremony held in the Saybrook College library, Nicole Davis ’13 was awarded the inaugural Marina Keegan Award for Excellence in Playwriting. The award was established in memory of Marina Keegan ’12, the prolific playwright who authored “Independents” and “Utility Monster” at Yale and passed away in a car accident shortly after graduation. […]

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‘A Year with 13 Moons’ explores identity in flux

Director Robert Woodruff and actor Bill Camp collaborated on adapting the script for the Yale Repertory Theatre’s final production of the season, “In a Year with 13 Moons,” from the original German film.

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W.H.A.T. to premier Keegan’s ’12 ‘Utility Monster’

Almost a year after Marina Keegan ’12 died in a car accident just days after her graduation from Yale, the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater (W.H.A.T.) will be putting up the first professional production of her play “Utility Monster,” which was first staged as a Dramat Spring Experimental Production in 2011. Dan Lombardo, Artistic Director of […]

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UP CLOSE | Devising theater around challenges

Students hoping to pursue nontraditional paths in the professional theater world encounter unique challenges.

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Marina Keegan Award honors playwrights

When Marina Keegan ’12 died just a few days after her graduation from Yale College, her parents, friends and professors soon began to wonder how her memory might best be kept alive at the school.

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Arts festival announces lineup

Staying in New Haven for June? The International Festival of Arts and Ideas, taking place June 15-29, announced this year’s lineup at a reception in The Study Hotel earlier today. The annual event brings together a plethora of thinkers and performers to the Elm City for 15 days in June and is loosely tied together with […]

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