Camille Chang
Students to open “Kiss of the Spider Woman” in Saybrook Underbrook

“The Kiss of the Spider Woman” will debut on Feb. 23, marking the first North American and in-person showing of the play since the 1990s.

“Succession” star Jeremy Strong ’01 sits for sold-out talk

When Jeremy Strong ’01 was a student at Yale, he nearly bankrupted the Dramat to bring his favorite actor to campus. Twenty years later, Strong […]

“The Bechdel Test” underscores the need for more diverse theater

Yale Artists Cabaret debuts with “The Bechdel Test,” a performance celebrating women

Rolling out the vermilion carpet: New theater group crosses boundaries and highlights Chinese theater traditions

Wisteria Deng GRD ’26, a doctoral student in clinical psychology and founder of the Yale Vermilion Theater, a new theater group focusing on bringing the […]

“I and You” opens at the Yale Cabaret, featuring all-undergraduate cast

Lauren Marut ’25 and Jordi Bertrán Ramírez ’24 are actors, singers, dancers and most recently, everything from set designers to stagelight specialists in their latest show, “I and You.”

PROFILE: Former New York Times chief classical music critic Anthony Tommasini ’70 MUS ’72 reflects on decades of writing

Anthony Tommasini ’70 MUS ’72, a writer, pianist, Yale alumnus and former chief classical music critic for the New York Times, retired over two months […]

Partnership between Yale Rep and Long Wharf Theatre brings students closer to the community

The Rep show reduction raised awareness about diversity in theatre and the importance of representation.

Jazz Rocking: The Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective’s “Night in Jazz-Rock Fusion” moves and grooves

As the Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective’s Dec. 3 concert ended on the reverberating last note of Chick Corea’s iconic jazz-rock fusion song “Spain,” a thunderous applause ripped through the Jonathan Edwards college theater.

Yale goes to Hollywood: Film festival spotlights student filmmakers and actors

The Yale in Hollywood Film Festival, or YiHFF, taking place from Dec. 2 to Dec. 4, will showcase works from a diverse range of filmmakers […]

Cabaret marks the first in-person musical at Yale in more than a year

Audiences learn of two love affairs: the passionate love of Cliff Bradshaw, an American writer, with Sally Bowles, a British cabaret singer, and the sweet romance of Herr Schultz, a Jewish grocer, with Fräulein Schneider, a local landlady.