Upcoming Events

March 31, 2017 to April 1, 2017
DS@70!
Come celebrate the 70th anniversary of Yale’s “radical experiment in liberal education”: our own...
8:30am

Also of Interest

February 22-25, 2017
In a small rehearsal room, a diverse company of 6 actors (including 3 current/former DSers) attempt to devise a performance about the first modern genocide – to chilling effect. Directed by acclaimed intentional theater-maker Shariffa Ali, written by Yale alum and Windham Campbell winner Jackie Sibblies Drury, We Are Proud to Present… is an incendiary, funny-until-it-isn’t play that premiered to universal acclaim and demands answers about the violence of erasure and the politics of performance. What histories and stories get told, and how do we tell them?
http://yaledramacoalition.org/proudtopresent?ticket=ST-16159279-1TErLM6vdbemJbqQgUhz-vmssoprdapp01

December 1-3, 2016
http://yaledramacoalition.org/rhinoceros

December 1-3, 2016
http://yaledramacoalition.org/likeit


 

December 7-9, 2016
http://yaledramacoalition.org/soldierstale
Directed by DS alumni Agata Sorotokin, Olivia Facini, and Alice Yang.

December 10, 2016
Dante Behind Bars: Incarcerated Men Re-imagine “The Divine Comedy”
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Marquand Chapel
409 Prospect St

Fragments of Dante’s poem adapted by men in prison and performed by the students in Professor Ron Jenkins’ course “Sacred Texts and Social Justice.” Sponsored by the Yale Institute of Sacred Music.

A group of incarcerated men at the MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution have spent the last few months re-imagining Dante’s journey from hell to paradise as it might apply to their own life journeys. They have collaborated with Yale students on writing theatrical adaptations of fragments from Dante’s “Divine Comedy” that will be performed in New Haven. The performance will be followed by a moderated discussion about mass incarceration, transformation, and the arts.

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