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Our Plans for 2020–21 and Beyond

Yale School of Drama and Yale Repertory Theatre will not produce seasons of plays in 2020–21, due to the ongoing incompatibility of theatrical production with best public health practices in response to COVID-19. Practical production work is a central tenet of the School’s conservatory training; the three-year MFA program is being extended temporarily to a fourth year to best meet and overcome the current and inevitable future disruptions of the pandemic. Similarly, the one-year Technical Internship program will be extended by one semester. The School’s next student recruitment cycle will be for admission in the fall of 2022.

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Our Mission

Yale School of Drama and Yale Repertory Theatre train and advance leaders to raise the standard of global professional practice in every theatrical discipline, pursuing excellence in art to promote wonder, empathy, and understanding in the world.

OUR CORE VALUES:

Artistry

We nurture imagination and court inspiration through mastery of skills and techniques, to create fluent, authentic, original storytelling that illuminates the complexity of the human spirit and questions accepted wisdom.

OUR CORE VALUES:

Collaboration

We attend both to process and to results, hearing the voices of colleagues and striving for a collective vision of our goals; we prize the contributions and accomplishments of the individual and of the team.

OUR CORE VALUES:

Discovery

We wrestle with the most compelling issues of our time. Therefore, we foster curiosity, invention, bravery, and humor; we risk and learn from failure and vulnerability in order to build lifelong habits of innovation and revelation.

OUR CORE VALUES:

Inclusion

We commit to fair and ongoing practices that enhance our relationships to theater makers, audiences, and society, finding strength in our diversity, and lowering barriers to participation in the field.

OUR CORE VALUES:

Professionalism

We dedicate our best selves to both training and practice, holding ourselves accountable for a safe, sound, and respectful workplace, animated by good will.

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On and Off York Street

OyamO

Playwright OyamO (’81) Receives 2021 Tooth of Time Award

Presented by the Adams and Reisch Foundation, the award honors playwrights who create significant, idea-driven work throughout their career.

James Cusati-Moyer

James Cusati-Moyer (’15) Joins Cast of ‘Black Adam’

The DC film starring Dwayne Johnson will be released in the summer of 2022.

Tamilla Woodard (’02) Appointed Chair of Acting

Woodard’s five-year term as Chair and Resident Director at Yale Rep officially begins on July 1, 2021.

Adrienne Wells

Adrienne Wells (’20) Joins Cast of Showtime’s Black Monday

Wells will play a talented young entrepreneur alongside Don Cheadle in the series set in 1980’s Wall Street.

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