Elizabeth Williams
Yale Rep is focus for new dean at Drama

Bursts of multicolored words line the paper-covered walls, contrasting the ordered normality of the rest of the room. A large wooden desk covered with neat […]

School of Architecture exhibit goes 3-D

Digital pigs cluster upon floors of an organic agricultural high-rise as a series of images tour computer-generated hallways and interconnecting towers designed to maximize the […]

Artspace launches 2-year campaign

Inside Artspace’s new Center for Contemporary Art, the smell of wine and hors d’oeuvres — infused with a hint of fresh paint — floated past […]

Long Wharf Theatre’s Ross to leave for Baltimore

Michael Ross, the managing director of Long Wharf Theatre, will be leaving for a similar position at Baltimore’s Center Stage Theater at the end of […]

Gallery exhibit features photos of changed West

Stark, metallic pictures of bomb disposal sites and nuclear landscapes hang calmly beside eroding silver ore mines and shadowed deserts in the American West, emblematic […]

Arts and Ideas works hard on 7th edition

Al-Kasaba Theatre members, scheduled to perform “Alive from Palestine: Stories Under Occupation” at New Haven’s seventh annual International Festival of Arts and Ideas this summer, […]

Rego exhibit tackles women’s issues

A schoolgirl with a grayish pleated skirt lifted from her thighs stares defiantly from her bucket perch, clutching her stomach in pain from a recent […]

English professor reflects on 30 years of teaching

Sunlight filtered through the windows of John Hollander’s fourth-floor office in Linsly-Chittenden Hall, illuminating a large, covered table stacked with books and two walls of […]

Architect Gehry a big draw for Tea

As a line of students circled around the Lipstick in the Morse College courtyard, a small, dignified man headed toward the entrance to the Morse […]

State approves $80 million for preservation

On March 20, Connecticut Gov. John Rowland announced his approval of the $80 million necessary to permanently secure an unprecedented amount of open watershed land […]

Kaye’s Art Supply to move to Church Street

Soon, the burgundy awnings and musty window displays filled with local concert posters and custom frame advertisements that characterized Kaye’s Art Supply for years will […]