Eric Xiao
Staff Reporter
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Professor of Poetry established

The Professor of Poetry will be able to teach poetry from any literary period, covering works that were written in any of eight languages, including English, Latin and Ancient Greek, among others.

Yale Summer Cabaret celebrates 40th anniversary

The Yale Summer Cabaret is preparing to celebrate its 40th anniversary by paying homage to the Cabaret’s past and looking forward to its future.

New Rep show explores family, freedom

For its last show of the 2013-’14 season, the Yale Rep is staging a new play exploring the importance of family and the cost of freedom.

YDC overhauls constitution

The Yale Drama Coalition plans to have a new website and a new constitution by the end of this academic year.

Theater festival draws diverse crowd

This past weekend, a group of actors, directors and playwrights gathered to create, rehearse and perform a piece of theater — all within 24 hours.

Recent graduates stage new play in NYC

Though their days in Yale’s undergraduate theater scene are over, four recent Yale alums have reunited in New York City to help stage a newly written play about the ‘American Dream.’

Director of “Twelve Angry Men” discusses show

“12 Angry Men” by Reginald Rose opens Thursday night in the Davenport Auditorium.

¡Teatro! spring show explores challenges in Latin-American community

This Thursday night, Yale’s only Latin-American theater ensemble ¡Teatro! will perform a Tony Award-winning musical.

Lineup announced for International Festival of Arts & Ideas

The International Festival of Arts & Ideas, listed by CNN on its “50 States, 50 Spots for 2014” travel guide, will return to New Haven this June.

Students stage Mozart masterpiece

The Opera Theatre of Yale College is returning to perform one of Mozart’s masterpieces.

School of Drama and Music collaborate on project

The Yale School of Drama and Yale School of Music have been working on one of their largest collaborations to date.