Admissions, playing at Studio Theatre in Washingon, D.C., offers a no-holds-barred look at privilege, power, and the perils of whiteness.
News from On and Off York Street
Directed by Leah C. Gardiner (’96), the 2017 Carlotta Festival-developed play features a wealth of YSD talent.
Maestro brings to life the story of conductor Arturo Toscanini, who bravely opposed Fascism in Italy and America.
The Academy combines rigorous training and ensemble collaboration to perform two Shakespeare plays at the American Festival Shakespeare Theater.
School of Drama finalists are Haydee Zelideth and Yana Birÿkova (’17); Shadi Ghaheri (’18); John Bondi-Ernoehazy, Mika Eubanks, Samuel Kwan Chi Chan, and Yaara Bar (’19).
The play, which premiered during the 2014 Carlotta Festival of New Plays, will be directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz (’11).
Hartford Stage is opening its season with Wohl’s new play about latchkey kids of the ‘80s and what they’re like when they grow up.
The School of Drama M.F.A. graduate and Alliance Directing Fellow also adapted the classic Chekhov work.
The production will be directed by Dustin Wills (’14) and features scenic design by Jean Kim (’16), costume design by Seth Bodie (’14), lighting design by Masha Tsmiring (’13), sound design by Tyler Keiffer (’15), and projection design by Nicholas Hussong (’15).