Please join us tomorrow, Wednesday, for Rashida Shaw‘s In Theory lecture: Introducing Theatrical Postmodernism: Mabou Mines DollHouse. The lecture will be in Downey House 113 at 4:15.
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Students of the class will perform in scenes directed by students from THEA281 Directing I with Prof. Yuri Kordonsky. You will work with a student director on your scene and present it every other week on Friday afternoon. This .5 course is not a regular acting class and therefore is not a substitute for either […]
The Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, the Center for African American Studies, the Center for the Arts, the Theater Department, the Writing Program, and Yale School of Drama have joined forces to present a week of events that highlight the art of playwriting. The series of talks, performances, and readings culminate in […]
The Theater Department would like to invite you to attend our faculty production of The Great God Brown this coming week. Here is the link to the short promo clip created by Allyn Wilkinson (New Media Lab): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yICTm_cvw40 The Great God Brown by Eugene O’Neill Directed by Yuriy Kordonskiy Designed by Jack Carr, Marcela Oteiza, […]
Audition for Directed Experiences in Acting (THEA183). This is a half credit class that requires no papers, no reading, and no tests: just acting. Actors who are cast will work with the students of Directing 1, and at the end of the semester you will present a scene. All levels of experience are welcome. Froshies: […]
Come experience the College of the Environment’s inaugural think-tank on the topic: Vulnerability of Social, Economic and Natural Systems to Environmental Stress. Reports by Bryan Bannon (College of the Environment), Jeremy Isard (College of Social Studies), Helen Poulos (College of the Environment), Dana Royer (Earth And Environmental Sciences), Phoebe Stonebraker (Biology) and Gary Yohe (Economics) […]
A celebration of Caribbean Heritage and Culture: “FROM WHENCE WE CAME” There is a common ground that holds together the diverse populations of the region. The West Indies is home to various ancestral roots which all contribute to a very complex and heterogeneous space. People of the Caribbean are very connected to one another through […]
See “Shadow,” a new play presented by Second Stage! A dissident poet and his family are being shadowed by a young Gestapo agent in 1933 Nazi Germany. The Nazi agent is also a budding poet, and the two men develop a close friendship. But when Nazi thugs destroy the dissidents’ life and kill everyone he […]
Come see The Vagina Monologues, Feb. 11 and 12! The Vagina Monologues, by Eve Ensler (pictured), is co-directed by two members of the Class of 2013–Alanna Greco and Julia Black as well as Emily Steck ’12–and among its stars are five more members from the sophomore class! The play at the ’92 Theater is a […]
Want a way to celebrate the end of classes? Come to Second Stage’s production of Sense and Sensibility, a play about two sisters left practically impoverished by their father’s death who must find balance between cold sense and wayward sensibility so that they both might find true love. Prepare for romance, intrigue and laughter as […]