Musical explores transformation, self-worth

This week, a folk musical will explore the value of acceptance from the perspective of a woman who has only experienced it in prison.

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‘Antony and Cleopatra’ humanizes history

This week, a students will stage one of Shakespeare’s most well-known tragedies — a story of love and war in the ancient world.

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My Fair Lady returns to New Haven

One of the most well-known musicals in theater history is returning to New Haven: the city where it first premiered.

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Cabaret show explores post-apocalyptic future

The Yale Cabaret is offering a glimpse into what might happen if materialism overwhelms our world.

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Cabaret sees record season

The current Yale Cabaret season is on track to end its run with the highest revenues the theater has earned in the past five years.

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Discussions for performance signboards underway

Student groups and University administrators are still discussing potential replacements for the iconic signboards on Elm and High Streets.

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Harris Scholarship established at School of Drama

The Julie Harris Scholarship was established at a memorial service for the legendary actress on Dec. 3, when it was announced by Harris’s friend and colleague Joan van Ark DRA ’64 at Broadway’s Bernard B. Jacobs Theater.

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Harvard to offer theater major

A few years from now, students interested in studying theater within the Ivy League may not immediately turn to Yale.

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Yale’s art schools grapple with collaboration

Despite Yale's plethora of graduate arts offerings, there is still work to be done to improve the arts schools’ interdisciplinary collaboration.

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Dramat mainstage tells tragic love story

“Parade,” by Jason Robert Brown, revisits a dark moment in American history.

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Play explores hope amidst violence

The Yale Heritage Theatre Ensemble will stage the story of a gang leader trying to remain hopeful in a violent world.

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