Tag Archives: Yale Summer Cabaret

This Week in New Haven (July 18 – 24)

En Vogue

Music, dancing and games are some of the diversions mankind’s pursued for thousands of years, and which New Haven pursues with more or less modernity this week. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 27 – July 3)

Entertainers aim to keep us on our toes, a former ballplayer seeks a measure of redemption and a big holiday gets an early start. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 6 – 12)

You can find peace and quiet this week, but you’ll have to try harder than usual, as an implausibly impressive mix of musicians, poets and actors feed us piece after piece of sweet, sweet ear candy. …

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This Week in New Haven (August 10 – 16)

This week, New Haveners get together over music, food and dancing outdoors; movies, drinks and “magic” indoors; and plenty of furred and feathered friends…

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This Week in New Haven (July 20 – 26)

Summer in New Haven means heat. This week it comes from baking, and smoking, and sun, and sand, and tropics-conjuring steel drums.…

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This Week in New Haven (July 6 – 12)

A still from The Goonies

City government—joined by a couple of music clubs, an indie bookstore, an experimental playhouse, a restaurant and an art gallery—is stepping up to help us make the most of…

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Feeling Puckish

Shaunette Wilson as Puck

You know things are bad when the mythical mischief-maker and riddle-speaker Puck has had enough of mischief and riddles. Draped in skins, bearing ritualistic markings and skewed horns, the wily sprite, crouched on a shelf…

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This Week in New Haven (July 28 – August 3)

The Grand Budapest Hotel

This week in New Haven has us seeing double: two pie contests, a double-feature bundling 20+ local short films, a couple strong jazz shows and several pairs of deep soulful canine eyes…

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This Week in New Haven (July 7 – 13)

Catherine Wolko of The Humble Bee Honey Company

This week, talk is cheap—and valuable, with several free and interesting speaking events happening in and around the city. First we hear from an entrepreneur who helps institutions of learning…

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Dinner and a Show

A 40-year anniversary is nothing to sneeze at, especially when live theater’s going on a few feet away.

The Yale Summer Cabaret got going so many summers ago, in 1974. Recessed into the east…

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