Ophelia He
Staff Reporter
Ophelia He is a reporter of city and arts desk, covering Arts, Theaters, and Museums in Yale and in New Haven. Originally from Shenzhen, China, she is a freshman from Stiles majoring in History of Art and Cognitive Science.
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Yale Vermillion Theater to debut “White Rose, Red Rose”

The play, a love story written in Chinese, is premiering its first-ever bilingual version this week through the Yale Vermilion Theater.

OISS celebrates Lunar New Year with open mic event

The event, which was part of Connecticut’s Lunarfest celebration, attracted over 100 attendees for spoken word poetry performances on Saturday afternoon.

David Geffen School of Drama puts on “Marys Seacole” as first production of 2023

The show which is based on Mary Seacole’s life wrapped up performances last week.

Silversun Pickups beam SoCal alt-rock into College Street Music Hall

The Los Angeles-based rock band swung through New Haven on Friday to promote their latest album, “Physical Thrills.”

Westville Arts Market assembles local artists for last time this year

The Westville Village Renaissance Alliance hosted their final arts market of the year on Sunday.

Yale Italian Studies promotes cross-cultural connections at speaker event

In collaboration with UC Berkeley, Yale Diversity in Italian Studies Working Group is hosting a talk to promote diversity in Italian Studies.

Ferry Street Bridge reopens after five months of repair.

After being shut down for five months because of the rehabilitation project, the Ferry Street Bridge finally reopened to the public.

The Government Inspector premieres in Dramat’s first fall showing

The satirical comedy tells the story of corrupted officials and was originally written by Ukrainian-born novelist Nikolai Gogol.

Beloved cycling event returns to the Elm City

On Sept. 16, the New Haven Grand Prix returned for its sixth year as attendees enjoyed an evening of food, festivities and bicycle races.

Elm Shakespeare Company brings “The Tempest” to Edgerton Park

From August 18 to September 4, New Haven residents enjoyed performances of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” in Edgerton Park.