Tag Archives: Yale Repertory Theatre

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 (October 8 – 14)

Gene Wilder in Young Frankenstein

Frights and delights and even a little costuming signal that it’s officially Halloween season. …

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Open to Interpretation

The cast of KISS by Guillermo Calderón, directed by Evan Yionoulis. Photo by Joan Marcus, 2018.

From the first moments of Yale Repertory Theatre’s production of Kiss, there are clues that boundaries will be broken. …

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This Week in New Have (January 29 – February 4)

2014 Run for Refugees. Photographed by Uma Ramiah.

Two substantive panel discussions, two hard-hitting rock shows, two marquee sporting events and two very confused hitmen share the spotlight…

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Oh the Humanity

Enrico Colantoni (foreground) and the cast of An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen, new translation by Paul Walsh, directed by James Bundy. Photo by Joan Marcus, 2017.

Fake news. Groupthink. Entrenched party politics. Distrust in science. The bitter struggle between elites and everymen. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 9 – 15)

Work by Jesse Peck

A harvest dance, a visual arts bonanza, kids in costumes and other local October staples highlight a week that’s busy and dynamic even by New Haven standards. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 2 – 8)

Sculpture by Gar Waterman

This week it’s culture high and wide, finished with a splash—or is it a slash?—of Halloween. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 24 – 30)

Like a restored classic car, even the familiar delights feel shiny and new this week in New Haven. …

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Big Shots

If violence against presidents is a kind of fringe religion in our country’s history, as Yale Repertory’s current production of Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins (1990) argues, then John Wilkes Booth is its patron saint. …

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This Week in New Haven (January 23 – 29)

Kaleidoscope at City Gallery

This week aims to move us—through time, around downtown, about the country and across the dance floor. …

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