Photograph courtesy of the ART
HEAR WORD! portrays the lives of Nigerian women.
Photograph by Jenny Graham
Historical plays for a nation “stuck in the middle”
Photograph by Jim Harrison
A look at James Bundy ’81, dean of the Yale School of Drama
With swankier digs and a new name, the undergraduate company continues an operatic tradition.
Photograph by Jenny Anderson
A new play captures the enigma of Edward Gorey ’50.
Car-free fun in downtown Providence
<p class="caption">The Classical Theatre of Harlem premiered <i>Fit for a Queen,</i> Shamieh's most recent play, in October.
<p class="credit">Photograph by Leland Durond Thompson</p>
A playwright making those overlooked by history into lore
<p class="caption">The title character of <i>Madame White Snake</i> and her companion, in the opera's prologue</p>
<p class="credit">Photograph by James Daniel/Courtesy of Beth Morrison Projects</p>
In the “final phase” of her life, Cerise Lim Jacobs builds herself an oeuvre.