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Theater Critic and Professor Gordon Rogoff Remembered

Charles McNulty (’93, ’95 D.F.A.) shares a brief biography of Rogoff’s lifetime of dedicated work.

Gordon Rogoff

February 6, 2024

Marc Robinson (’90 M.F.A., ’92 D.F.A.) Appointed Dean

Robinson will assume the role of dean of humanities for Yale’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences in July.

Marc Robinson

January 31, 2024

Methuen Drama Publishes New Book by Dr. Eric M. Glover (Faculty)

African American Perspectives in Musical Theatre studies the aesthetics and politics of Black musical theater from an anti-racist perspective.

African American Perspectives in Musical Theatre

December 18, 2023

Alumni Collaborate on Innovative New Opera

The makers of “I AM ALAN TURING,” produced out of Yale’s Center for Collaborative Arts and Media, used AI in creating the show.

Max Monnig

November 30, 2023

Marc Robinson ’90 MFA, ’92 DFA Appointed Malcolm G. Chace ’56 Professor

Robinson teaches courses on the American avant-garde, modern American drama, contemporary performance in the US and UK, and critical writing.

Marc Robinson

February 28, 2022

James Bundy Reappointed Dean

“[His] creativity and vision have supported advances in both drama education and practice and positioned Yale for leadership in the field.”

James Bundy

December 22, 2021

The Dramaturg’s Perspective: A Conversation with Amauta Firmino (’19)

Firmino, who dramaturged SLAVE PLAY from the 2017 Langston Hughes Festival through its Broadway run, discusses his role in playmaking.

Amauta Firmino

October 21, 2021

David Bruin (’16, D.F.A. ’21) Named Executive Artistic Director

Celebration Barn Theater announced Bruin’s appointment leading into their 50th Anniversary Season.

David Bruin

October 13, 2021

Alex Vermillion (’20) Joins Staff of Play On Shakespeare

Vermillion is the PR & Digital Content Writer for the organization, which makes Shakespeare accessible through translation and adaptation.

Alex Vermillion

September 24, 2021

Lynn Nottage (‘89) One of Several Black Writers on Broadway This Season

Eric M. Glover (Faculty) comments on how this movement happened and what it means for Broadway.

Lynn Nottage ('89)

September 22, 2021

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