Anya Grenier
Staff Reporter
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Undergrad opera breaks new ground with ‘Castor et Pollux’

Nearly 70 Yale College students will come together this week to resurrect a show last performed in America before most of them were born.

WYBC to host rap showcase

This Friday, Yale and New Haven will find common ground in an unexpected space: the basement of 216 Dwight St.

Yale Opera takes on bel canto

Yale Opera will perform Vincenzo Bellini’s “I Capuleti e i Montecchi,” its first bel canto opera, this weekend at the Shubert Theater.

Student-written ‘Generations’ puts family on the stage

This weekend, the Yale Dramat will stage a student-written play for the first time in roughly two years.

Taps dance through history

Taps, Yale’s only all-tap dancing group, will highlight the dance form through the ages in its annual showcase this week.

O’Neill program creates ‘chain of mentorship’

The “Annual Festival of New Work” was the culminating event of the O’Neill Playwriting Program.

‘Gob Squad’ descends on streets of New Haven

Depending on where you are tonight, you might be approached by a stranger with a video camera.

Grad students seek more chances to perform

Last weekend, Trumbull College’s Nick Chapel theater was host to an unusual collaboration: “the river don’t flow by itself no more."

Irish play blends humor and history

In “Stones in His Pockets,” the newest play at the Yale Repertory Theatre, only two actors portray a whirlwind of characters.

Star-studded production celebrates 100 years of Cole Porter

Generations of Yale actors and musicians will come together to honor the musical legacy of Cole Porter in a staged reading of “Kiss Me Kate.”

Yale Drama Coalition unveils new website

Returning thespians and theater fans alike will be greeted this semester by a new website for the Yale Drama Coalition. The new site, which went […]