Here is an overview of Yale School of Drama facilities. Expand the sections below for information about each building and links to our interactive map. The to.yale.edu website provides a wealth of information about traveling to and around Yale and New Haven.
In 2018, several rooms on our campus were named in honor of members of the School of Drama and Yale Rep community. Learn More →
is in a distinctive historical building on the corner of Chapel and York streets. Formerly the Calvary Baptist Church, the theater contains a 479-seat auditorium facing a modified apron stage, and the Yale School of Drama/Yale Repertory Theatre box office.
at 149 York Street is a multimedia facility that establishes connections between traditional art and the computer age. The CCAM serves the several arts departments and institutions at Yale. Beyond providing classroom and laboratory facilities, the CCAM provides instruction and equipment that allow faculty and students in all arts disciplines to discover and create in the diverse fields of electronic media. Advanced technologies, staff expertise, and interdisciplinary approaches make the CCAM an ideal auxiliary for Yale’s arts community.