Tag Archives: New Haven

Captive Ingredient

Hiran Abeysekera in the U.S. premiere of THE PRISONER, text and stage direction by Peter Brook and Marié-Hélène Estienne, Yale Repertory Theatre, 2018. Photo by Joan Marcus.

The Prisoner, now enjoying its US premiere on Yale Repertory Theatre’s stage, is more parable than play, though it’s a parable that declines to reveal a clear lesson. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 12 – 18)

Kim Novak in Vertigo (1958)

Stories filmed, acted and told and a harvest’s worth of cider, cocktails, champagne and beer keep us enlightened and warm even as the days grow dark and cold. …

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Paperless Trail

Slow down and walk, and you never know what you might notice. But walk with a good tour guide, even a virtual one, and you’ll see a lot more. …

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Symbolic Logic

Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church - New Haven, CT

In the middle of residential Westville, the Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church stands out for its contrasting ornamentation and stark simplicity. …

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Orange Juice

New Haven’s street names evoke trees like Linden and Willow, institutions like Temple and Asylum, valuable things like a Bellevue, a Jewell, a Prospect, but none is more colorful than Orange Street. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 5 – 11)

Paier College of Art

We’re always voting with our time and our dollars, but this week we’re also voting with our votes. …

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Altered State

Olivia Bonilla during Alternative Space Weekend, 2018

A photo essay. To view all 40 images, check out the email version.

Drop the first “n” from Alternative Space Weekend…

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Falling Out

While we may take autumn’s crimsons and golds for granted, hundreds of thousands of tourists are visiting Connecticut this time of year…

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Supernatural

West River Memorial Park - New Haven, CT

You’re alone in a marsh on the eve of Halloween, and it’s almost dark. …

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Sonic View

In the “letter scene” of Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin, based on a book by Alexander Pushkin, the young and inexperienced Tatiana composes a heartfelt letter…

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