PERFORMING ARTS
Classical performance “2 x 2” shines in Schwarzman Dome

Last week, Jun-Davinci Choi and Nicole Lam directed two classical music showcases under their Creative and Performing Arts project “2 x 2.”

Yale Undergraduate Chamber Orchestra presents one-night-only concert ‘All-American’

Yale Undergraduate Chamber Orchestra puts on an ambitious program featuring American composers after recent adjustments to YUCO’s operation

Yaledancers to perform in first full capacity performance since pandemic

Yaledancers will put on their fall show ‘After Dark’ Nov. 3 through Nov. 5 at the ECA Theater on Audubon Street

Roshni lights up Woolsey Hall with annual performance

The showcase — named for Hindi word for “light” — featured four of Yale’s South Asian dance teams alongside four acts from first-years, sophomores, juniors and seniors.

The Government Inspector premieres in Dramat’s first fall showing

The satirical comedy tells the story of corrupted officials and was originally written by Ukrainian-born novelist Nikolai Gogol.

Dramat production to feature entirely Black cast

Tori Sampson’s 2019 play, “If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka,”, will explore the meaning of beauty through the lens of Black womanhood at the Spring 2023 Experimental show.

PROFILE: Organist Gumbs blends worlds through a declining art

Spotlight on concert organist and Director of Chapel Music Nathaniel Gumbs.

ARTIST PROFILES: Bulldog Bash artists celebrate Latin American roots through rhythm

Members of the festival’s lineup, whose performances blend a variety of musical styles, described their relationship with music.

Students perform “Word Nerd” musical

The musical was staged at the Theater and Performance Studies Black Box.

Asian cultural shows make comeback

Asian American cultural groups are working behind the scenes to put on cultural shows as COVID-19 restrictions wane at Yale, but the groups still face troubles and challenges

Yale Drama alumna directs play at New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre

Aneesha Kudtarkar DRA ’19 was first introduced to New Haven’s Long Wharf Theater by an instructor at the David Geffen School of Drama. Next month, […]