South Asian Society puts on spring arts showcase

Last Friday, over 400 audience members gathered in Woolsey Hall for the South Asian Society’s annual spring event, Dhamaal, an immersive South Asian arts showcase […]

Rolling out the vermilion carpet: New theater group crosses boundaries and highlights Chinese theater traditions

Wisteria Deng GRD ’26, a doctoral student in clinical psychology and founder of the Yale Vermilion Theater, a new theater group focusing on bringing the […]

“Soft Apples” to debut at Yale Cabaret this weekend

The new play explores the violence that theater can inflict.

Five student-written plays performed at the Yale Playwrights Festival 2022

The Yale Playwrights Festival 2022, held earlier this month, featured a staging of five student-written plays each accompanied by its own reading.  The 2022 Yale […]

“I and You” opens at the Yale Cabaret, featuring all-undergraduate cast

Lauren Marut ’25 and Jordi Bertrán Ramírez ’24 are actors, singers, dancers and most recently, everything from set designers to stagelight specialists in their latest show, “I and You.”

The Dramat presents “Everybody,” a love letter to theater

The Yale Dramat Spring 2022 Mainstage premieres on Feb. 23.

Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective sits down with the Black Art Jazz Collective to celebrate Black History Month

The Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective interviewed the Black Art Jazz Collective over Zoom about rehearsals, interpersonal dynamics and the influence of Black history and culture on their music.

Yale Opera and Yale Philharmonia to stage joint concert

On Friday, Yale Opera will present a gala concert with Yale Philharmonia featuring opera music by Bizet, Donizetti, Gounod, Massenet, Mozart, Rossini and Verdi.

Yale Cabaret stages its first spring play “The Hedgehog’s Dilemma”

Yale Cabaret welcomes its first in-person production of this semester, which explores queerness and patterns of human relationships.

YSM students give tuba recital

On Monday, YSM tuba students Vivian Kung and Bridget Conley performed “Sonatine for Tuba and Piano” by Jacques Castérède, “Nocturne, Op. 7” by Franz Strauss, “Adagio from The Limpid Stream, Op. 39” by Dmitri Shostakovich and James Grant’s “Three Furies for Solo Tuba.”

Yale Repertory Theater returns to the stage with “Today is My Birthday”

Yale Repertory Theater welcomes its first in-person production since the pandemic, which explores loneliness in the age of connectivity and contemporary Asian-American life.