“It’s pretty amazing to be at this moment in my life,” says Winkler (’70), who is gaining awards acclaim for his new series, Barry.
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England-Nelson describes how her training at Yale School of Drama helped prepare her for evolving scripts.
The League of Professional Theatre Women will present its first Oral History Project of 2019 with the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright on February 4.
Directed by Leah C. Gardiner (’96), the 2017 Carlotta Festival-developed play features a wealth of YSD talent.
The Aquaman star credits finding his footing in Hollywood to a community of black actors he met while at YSD.
Raised in Yuma, Pask is the scenic designer of more than 50 Broadway shows, including The Book of Mormon and Waitress.
The Playwriting Chair is about to make his Broadway debut, return to the stage as an actor, and collaborate with Oprah on a TV series.
Duke, who made his feature film debut in Black Panther, had quite a year.
The world premiere of the poetic play by Miranda Rose Hall (’17) opens January 31 at Diversionary Theatre.
The solo-performance by Kuriloff (’91) portrays an immigrant’s journey from South Africa to the South Side in the 1980’s.