PERFORMING ARTS
Partnership between Yale Rep and Long Wharf Theatre brings students closer to the community

The Rep show reduction raised awareness about diversity in theatre and the importance of representation.

Students object to restrictive performing arts guidelines

Performing groups reflect on their futures as the COVID Review Team continues to update performing arts permissions.

Taps at Yale to present “Tapitalism”

26 students will participate in Taps’ first performance since the start of the pandemic.

New Haven native’s play “Chicken and Biscuits” finishes its Broadway run

“Chicken and Biscuits,” which recently ended its Broadway run early, showcases New Haven native Douglas Lyons’ efforts to exhibit Black joy and the complexity of family.

Jazz Rocking: The Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective’s “Night in Jazz-Rock Fusion” moves and grooves

As the Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective’s Dec. 3 concert ended on the reverberating last note of Chick Corea’s iconic jazz-rock fusion song “Spain,” a thunderous applause ripped through the Jonathan Edwards college theater.

Yale Glee Club to premiere new works in Friday concert

The Yale Glee Club will be back for its second concert of the year on Friday to premiere new works and sing several Yale classics. […]

Cabaret marks the first in-person musical at Yale in more than a year

Audiences learn of two love affairs: the passionate love of Cliff Bradshaw, an American writer, with Sally Bowles, a British cabaret singer, and the sweet romance of Herr Schultz, a Jewish grocer, with Fräulein Schneider, a local landlady.

Yale Philharmonia concert to preview not-yet-premiered Marsalis Concerto

This Thursday, the School of Music will perform “Overture to Egmont, Op. 84” by Ludwig van Beethoven, “Poem for Orchestra” by William Grant Still, “Symphony No. 1” by Samuel Barber” and “Tuba Concerto” by Wynton Marsalis with Carol Jantsch as the solo tubist.

YSO to present “Fantasy,” its third concert of the season

The Yale Symphony Orchestra is scheduled to present its third concert of the season, titled “Fantasy,” this Saturday. The program features works by Valerie Coleman, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Emmanuel Séjourné and Hector Berlioz.

Opera Theatre of Yale College performs “The Judgement of Paris”

On Wednesday and Thursday at 8 p.m., the Opera Theatre of Yale College, or OTYC, performed the English baroque opera “The Judgement of Paris,” which […]

DPops kicks off the season with in-person concert and “mini orchestras”

The Davenport Pops Orchestra is back to an in-person season, bringing innovative ways of abiding by University health guidelines and a Halloween concert that blends music and on-stage performance.