Schwarzman Center to open in fall 2021, serve as a center for community life and the arts at Yale

Beyond including several spaces for students to gather together, the Schwarzman Center also plans to be a hub for the arts, offering new art galleries and performance spaces and a dance studio.

Yale student presents ‘Roll With It!’, an interactive comedy inspired by ‘Dungeons & Dragons’

“Roll With It!” tells the story of a group of friends who meet each week to play “Dungeons & Dragons” together.

Yale student presents ‘Kore,’ a radio drama adaptation of the Greek myth

The show explores the issue of generational trauma and tackles the experience of dealing with the effects of violence as a Black woman.

Yale Dramat presents reading of student-written play “Among the Roses” in FroShowCase

The three-act play by Sebastian Duque ’24 explores themes of family and mortality set against the backdrop of 1950s Colombia.

A screengrab of the Zoom play appears on a computer screen.
WYBC presents Ante-Fling 2021

On April 17, WYBCx Yale Radio presented Ante-Fling 2021 — the radio station’s yearly event meant to contrast with Yale’s Spring Fling, which was canceled […]

The Ante-Fling 2021 logo appears on a computer screen.
Students experiment with performance art in third annual All-Nighter Festival

On April 9, personal creative projects from Yale students were showcased in this year’s All-Nighter Music and Arts Festival — an event featuring performances by […]

The logo and background for All-Nighter 2021.
Ceschi Ramos and Phat A$tronaut give a concert at The State House

On April 1, New Haven-based artist Ceschi Ramos and a group called Phat A$tronaut performed at The State House.  The State House Stage is a […]

A screenshot of Phat A$tronaut performing on the livestream
Yale Dramat presents ‘Love and Information,’ FroShowCase for Zoom

Last weekend, the Yale Dramatic Association presented “Love and Information” — a play by British playwright Caryl Churchill — as one of four parts of […]

‘Save Myanmar’ video project raises awareness about political turmoil in Myanmar

Toward the end of February, David Stanley ’23 stayed up late every night to work on his most recent project: “Save Myanmar,” a short video […]

Stanley poses for a profile.
Yale School of Drama alumni reimagine Harry Potter with a transgender witch

“How would a transgender student experience Hogwarts?”  Logan Ellis DRA ’20 and his friends asked themselves this question when assembling a Lego Harry Potter set […]

Yale Cabaret presents ‘Expats Anonymous’ in collaboration with Singaporean artists

Last weekend, the Yale Cabaret’s Company of Cab 53 presented a virtual play called “Expats Anonymous” in collaboration with artists from Singapore. The show addressed […]

A collage of the production team of "Expats Anonymous"