Pancasila — an exploration of the Asian diaspora, interconnectedness and dreams

“Pancasila,” Arnold Setiadi ’22’s senior thesis for the theater and performance studies major, will premiere on stage this week. The play explores themes of idealism […]

Theatre and Performance Studies Department mounts senior thesis production: “Drinking Games”

The three-character play, written by Gabrielle Poisson, tackles themes of addiction, alcoholism and trauma; it will be performed in the Theatre and Performance Studies Black Box.

Yale Opera presents annual fall showcase under University guidelines

This past Friday and Saturday, Yale Opera serenaded its audience from a distance with its exhibition, which takes place each semester, of selections from the […]

ARTIST PROFILE: Former Yale lecturer and singer-songwriter releases ‘field guide’ to songwriting

In his new book, Mike Errico ’89 details the secrets to songwriting success with interviews from professionals, his own unique advice and wisdom from poets and authors.

Yale Cabaret builds community with original comedy ‘Penis Inspection Day’

This weekend, the Yale Cabaret’s Company of Cab 54 will present “Penis Inspection Day” –– an original comedy written by local Connecticut playwright Matthew DeCostanza.  […]

Yale School of Music gives second concert of the year

Last Friday, YSM performed “The Oak” by Florence Price, “Symphony No. 6, H. 343 “Fantaisies symphoniques” by Bohuslav Martinů and Antonin Dvořák’s “Cello Concerto in B minor” with Christine Lee as the solo cellist.

Senior film majors frustrated by University policy requiring actors to be masked while shooting

Filmmakers at Yale are adding new props to their senior projects this year: masks. Based on University COVID-19 policy, all students participating in short films […]

Yale Drama Coalition uses outdoor venue to tell the story of finding identity in the marginalized place

From Oct. 14 through Oct. 16, Yale Drama Coalition is staging the play “Shining City” by Irish playwright Conor McPherson.  The play will be performed […]

Yale Seniors break boundaries of theater with original immersive play ‘Pandemonium’

This weekend, three Yale seniors will present an original interactive play titled “Pandemonium” as their joint theater studies project.  Inspired by J.M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan,” […]

Yale Dramat presents ‘Not About Kyle,’ its first in-person production this year

This weekend, the Yale University Dramatic Association will present “Not About Kyle” — its first in-person theater production this fall –– as a part of […]

New Music New Haven returns to in-person performances

After over a year of pre-recorded virtual concerts, the New Music New Haven concert series will return to live performances on Oct. 7 at 7:30 […]

Sign of New Music New Haven