Yale Cabaret

The Lindbergh’s Flight Preview: Yale Cabaret Flies Into the Wild Blue Yonder

Lindbergh’s Flight By Bertolt Brecht. Presented by Kate Attwell, Gabe Levey, Brenda Meaney and Mitchell Winter. Through March 16 at the Yale Cabaret, 217 Park St., New Haven. Remaining performances are Friday and Saturday at 8 & 11 p.m. $15, $10 students. (203) 432-1566. http://yalecabaret.org   In its time, Lindbergh’s Flight marked a turning point … Continue reading »

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The Rey Planta Review

Rey Planta By Manuela Infante. Produced by Alexandra Ripp, who also translated the script. Directed by Michael Place. Script and translation consultants: Jose Rodriguz, Anne Seiwerath. St: Daniel Alderman and Olivia Higdon. Stage Manager: Alyssa K. Howard. Sound: Keri Klick. Associate Sound: Palmer. Costumes: Erika Taney. Performed by Robert Grant (The King), Monique Bernadette (The … Continue reading »

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The Persona Review

  Persona Through Oct. 8 at the Yale Cabaret. Based on the film by Ingmar Bergman. Director: Alexandru Mihail. Dramaturg: Emily Reilly. Set: Kristen Robinson. Projections: Paul Lieber. Assistant ProjectionsL: Connor Lynch. Lights: Masha Tsimring. Sound: Solomon Weisbard. Sound Design Advisor: Ken Goodwin. Costumes: Seth Bodie. Stage Manager: Sonja Thorson. Technical Director: Jackie Young. Producer: … Continue reading »

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When It Raines, It Palmers

Ran into Chad Raines a few weeks ago. Good thing, because I going into withdrawal from not writing about him since he graduated from Yale last spring. Even before he got into the Yale School of Drama sound design program, Chad distinguished himself in New Haven as the video overload of the public-access community television … Continue reading »

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The hundredyearspacetrip review, and six Yale Cabaret shows you haven’t missed yet

  hundredyearspacetrip. Closed; played Sept. 22-24 at the Yale Cabaret. Created by We Buy Gold and the acting ensemble. Performed by Kate Attwell, Ryan Davis, Brenda Meaney, Nina Segal and others. Lighting design by Yi Zhao. Sound design by Brandon Curtis. Yale Cabaret productions are shortlived by design—six performances in three days, and that’s it. … Continue reading »

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The Slaves Review

Slaves Through Sept. 24 at the Yale Cabaret, 217 Park St., New Haven. (203) 432-1566. By Sunder Ganglani. Performed by Chris Henry, Jillian Taylor and Adina Verson.   I wrestle constantly with the changing nature and definition of modern theater performance. So does the Yale Cabaret. Whatever you make of Slaves, SunderGanglani’s season-opening sensory soul-search … Continue reading »

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Yale Cabaret Commences

Something sold, something flew, something Bergman and… a lot of things they haven’t told us about yet. The Yale Cabaret has changed hands as it does every Autumn. The new team has announced the first three shows of the ten or so they have planned for this semester. Sept. 15-17: Slaves, a musical performance featuring … Continue reading »

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The Perks: A Rite of Spring Review

April 1 4-16 at the Yale Cabaret, 217 Park St., New Haven. 8 & 11 p.m. Directed by Michael McQuilken and “created by artists from the Yale Schools of Music, Art and Drama.” Performed, designed and executed by Samuel Adams (bass), Sunder Gangliani (actor, viola), Yun-Chu Chiu (percussion), John Corkill (percussion), Marcus Henderson (actor), Adrian … Continue reading »

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