The Shakespeare play will open on August 17 at Old Globe Theater in San Diego and close September 15.
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“I wanted to play a queer African person…” said Blankson-Wood. “That’s a lot of my lived experience and I wanted to bring that to the stage.”
Earle discusses his role in the Yale-commissioned play at the Ahmanson Theatre and his fond memories of Yale School of Drama.
Stewart is getting set to appear as Elsie in Dominique Morrison’s Mud Row, a new play inspired by an area in the East End of West Chester, PA.
Yale School of Drama tops Hollywood Reporter’s list of 25 best graduate schools in the country for an acting degree.
Appelman wins the Outstanding Actor Award for his role in Hartford Stage’s The Engagement Party.
Majors discusses his career highlights since graduating from Yale School of Drama, including his upcoming lead role.
The Playwriting Chair, who won an Oscar for the Moonlight screenplay, will appear in his new play Ms. Blakk for President.
Hartford Courant gives ardent praise to Cadillac Crew‘s cast and “fast-rising young playwright,” Tori Sampson (’17.)
In a profile with Vulture, Duke discusses his friends, works and professors at Yale School of Drama, plus sheds light on his life and newfound fame.