PERFORMING ARTS
A cappella groups and comedy clubs plan joint Valentine’s Day performances

The coming weeks will feature a variety of a cappella and comedy sketch performances for Valentine’s Day.

‘Sanctuary City’ explores the pitfalls of the American immigration system

The senior thesis project premiers this week at the Theater and Performance Studies Black Box.

Sondheim’s COMPANY flips the conversation on marriage and independence

The gender-swapped 2018 revival of a classical Broadway musical performed in New Haven’s Shubert Theater during its national tour.

‘The Christians’ premieres this week

The play, by award-winning playwright Lucas Hnath, will be performed at Sudler Hall.

Baye & Asa: a definition-defying duo

This weekend the Schwarzman Center hosted the dance duo Baye & Asa in The Dome.

‘Cleansed’: a story of violence, grief and hope

The senior thesis project “Cleansed” by Garrett Allen DRA ’24 premiered this past week.

New semester, new shows: Dramat looks toward spring season

The Yale Dramatic Association begins its spring productions in February.

‘Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812’ makes long-awaited debut 

The musical, a senior thesis for two Theater and Performance Studies majors, debuted last night after months of rehearsal.

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’: a mix of comedy and the macabre

The Yale Drama Coalition delivered jokes and fright in their performance of ‘Arsenic and Old Lace.’

‘The Fairy Queen’ opera premieres

'The Fairy Queen' — an Opera Theater of Yale College production — premieres this week at the Crescent Underground.

Yale Ballet Company blends of classical and experimental in ‘Timeless’

The Yale Ballet Company elevated classical dance with modern twists in the 'Timeless' showcase at the Crescent Underground this past Saturday.