Tag Archives: Yale School of Drama

Depth Perception

Lake Kelsey at Yale Cabaret

Fictional neighborhood Lake Kelsey is, in at least one important respect, a lot like a real lake: to the confident and carefree, it’s a reservoir of fun and leisure, but to the damaged or anxious, it’s a well of fear …

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This Week in New Haven (December 14 – 20)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Serenity or tragedy? Cheer or angst? Cookies or death-duels? The choice is yours this week—or not. Unlike in a certain of-the-moment space saga, New Haveners aren’t forced to choose between light and dark. We can have ’em both. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 19 – 25)

Back to the Future (1985) poster art

Twinkly lights in the sky whose waves are at least several years old. A 60-year-old play with a strange internal clock. Iconic time-traveling movies and set lists. A weekend that feels …

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This Week in New Haven (May 5 – 11)

Events have a way of spreading out and multiplying this week in New Haven. An unusual interactive art project quintuples its presence throughout the city; a festival of new plays from up-and-comer playwrights…

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This Week in New Haven (February 3 – 9)

Mission of Burma

School is definitely in this week. Study up on late nineteenth-century continental drama, interpretations of the 4th Amendment, the history of post-punk music, applications of…

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This Week in New Haven (December 9 – 15)

Infinity Shred

If you haven’t done your Christmas shopping yet, this week is a gift. Several pop-up craft events, many featuring local artisans and unique or small-batch items, make it entirely…

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It’s a Paul World

Jarlath Conroy as the Gravedigger and Paul Giamatti as Hamlet. Photographed by Joan Marcus.

If you haven’t got tickets to see Paul Giamatti play the melancholy prince in the Yale Repertory Theatre’s production of Hamlet, you’re pretty much out of luck. The show is entirely sold out, with long waiting lists of people …

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Second Acts

Long Wharf Theatre, newly renovated

Act surprised.

It’s tough to believe that with the new shows coming this week into the Yale Repertory Theatre and the Long Wharf Theatre, we’re already hitting the halfway mark in the 2012-13 theater season. Each theater offers a six-show …

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This Week in New Haven (March 19-25)

Dennis Tupicoff's Chainsaw

Monday, March 19
Australian animator Dennis Tupicoff screens and discusses some of his short films, including Dance of Death (a crass TV variety show hosted by “Don Death”), The Darra Dogs (Tupicoff’s memories of childhood pets), His Mother’s Voice (a …

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