Jonathan Larson’s Rent takes Dramat mainstage

The musical, which premieres tonight at the Yale University Theater, tells the story of the struggling artist in New York City during the 90s.

Academy Award-winning composers kick off Shen Curriculum’s master class series

Bobby Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, co-writers of the songs featured in “Frozen,” “Coco” and “WandaVision,” discussed their careers in the theater and entertainment world in Stoeckel Hall on Friday.

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.”

Yale Center for British Art hosts Steve McQueen symposium

Filmmakers and curators came together for a two-day symposium to celebrate the works of British filmmaker Steve McQueen.

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.

Philosopher and physicist Karen Barad to give “Spooky Object” talk

On Nov 2, Philosopher and physicist Karen Barad — visiting from University of Santa Cruz — will speak at an event co-hosted by the CCAM and Yale Quantum Institute.

School of Music to host pianist Jan Jiracek von Arnim

The newly-appointed visiting professor will bridge Beethoven and Lizst for a concert in the Horowitz Piano Series.

Yale Justice Collaboratory celebrates life of local artist and activist Winfred Rembert

Community members gathered at NXTHVN to honor Rembert, a civil rights icon who passed away earlier this year.

Review: “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” is entrancing chaos

Yale Repertory Theater begins its 2022-2023 season with its production of Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”, staged from October 6 to October 29.

Artspace presents “Open Source Art Festival: In Common Spaces” festival

The non-profit visual arts organization, Artspace, features mostly local artists in their yearly “Open Source” arts festival.

Midnight Oil Collective turns making art into making money

What does it mean to be a working artist and venture capitalist?