Congratulations to 2013 MacArthur Fellow Tarell Alvin McCraney '07!
Congratulations to Dustin Wills '14 and Kristen Robinson '13!
Ethan Heard '13 leads a group of current YSD and Yale students in the Berkshires next month!
YSD Alums! Check out this job opportunity for a movement teacher at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Australia!
More good playwright news! Here's a lovely interview with Susan Stanton '10, whose Carlotta play "the things are against us" is being read at the Lark by a cast full of YSD alums.
Three cheers for Dipika Guha '11!
Dipika Guha will be leading the Playwriting classes at this summer's Alaska Summer Theatre Intensive (ASTI), which starts in just over a week!
Dipika Guha write...s plays that are lyrical, funny and formally inventive. Her plays include THE BETROTHED (Wellfleet Harbour Actors Theatre, Chester Theatre), PASSING (Risk is This Festival, Cutting Ball Theatre) and THE RULES (Superlab workshop Playwrights Horizons/Clubbed Thumb, Old Vic New Voices workshop). Her plays have been developed at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, WordBRIDGE, New Century Theatre Company, Ars Nova and Tobacco Theatre (UK) among others. Residencies include Ucross Foundation, Djerassi Residents Artists Program and SPACE at Ryder Farm. She is a Dramatists Guild Fellow, a Time Warner Fellow at the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab and an Affiliated Artist with New Georges. Dipika graduated from the MFA Playwriting Program at the Yale School of Drama where she studied with Paula Vogel. She is from India and was raised in India and the United Kingdom.
Ever wanted to know more about Dean James Bundy '95? Check out his mini interview in the Yale News Take5 section:
Check out this amazing project in Philly! YSD alumni abound!
Check out this article about Chicago-based alumnus David B. Feiner '95, YC '90!
Check out this article about OLD SOUND ROOM, a new company founded by some recent YSD alumni!
Neil Mulligan '01--professor, professional, alumnus, and veteran--is riding his bicycle across the country to raise money for veteran charities. Follow the link in this article for more details:
Tomorrow is the opening day for Sandra Goldmark '04 and Michael Banta's '03 Pop-Up Repair Shop! They will be open for 4 weeks, Tuesday through Sunday, at 4975 Broadway. They also have free workshops so you can learn to repair certain items on your own. Check it out at link below:
Going to the TCG conference? Be sure to catch Jane Jung's '10 session on financial adaptation.