Lindsay Daugherty
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Student-written “Macbeth” adaptation to show in Lighten Theater

This weekend, a student-written play will tackle school shootings through the tried-and-true story of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” “McDeath: An American Play,” written and directed by Brittany […]

Langston Hughes Festival to showcase School of Drama student plays

The three plays featured at the School of Drama’s annual Langston Hughes Festival of New Work, which begins this Thursday, cover a wide range of […]

“Rival” performance groups collaborate before The Game

As Team 146 prepares to take on Harvard in The Game, other Yale student groups look forward to collaborations with their Crimson counterparts. Various music, […]

The Cab to perform “It’s Not About My Mother”

In October, Samantha Tirrell DRA ’20 proposed a production of “It’s Not About My Mother” to the board of the Yale Cabaret. A first-time director, […]

Dramat Mainstage tackles heavy issues through pop music

Despite its setting in late 19th century Germany, the Dramat fall mainstage production “Spring Awakening,” explores themes that are still relevant to Yale students today. […]

Visiting musicians celebrate Russian composer

Nearly 60 years after the death of Russian pianist and composer Vladimir Drozdoff, three professional musicians from the Drozdoff Society gathered in Sudler Hall on […]

This fall, spring is “arising” at student-organized cabaret

On Nov. 7, the cast of “Spring Awakening” — the Dramat’s Fall Mainstage production — will take the Yale University Theatre stage. But one week […]

Guest speaker at School of Art draws controversy

Earlier this month, the invitation of guest lecturer Deanna Havas — a contemporary artist who has expressed “alt-right” statements on social media — to a […]

Senior shocks as serial killer in one-man show

“What role scares you?” a professor asked Gilberto Saenz ’19 last spring. Saenz’s answer led him to the one-man show “So, I Killed a Few […]

Lauded American Poet Comes to Campus

“I lock you in an American sonnet that is part prison, / Part panic closet, a little room in a house set aflame.” With these […]

Dramat addresses feminism in “Creature”

The Yale University Dramatic Association’s second show of the semester, “Creature” by Heidi Schreck, tells the story of a woman grappling with 15th-century gender roles, […]