Arts & Culture


Deaf: Culture and Communication, 1600 to the Present
Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney
Medical Library
(203) 432-1810

Displays on medical interventions, sign languages, education, and popular culture explore how society has understood deaf communication and culture since the 1600s.

Through April 1


The Choir of Merton College
Institute of Sacred Music
(203) 432-5062

Thirty students from Oxford University’s Merton College sing Guerrero, Duruflé, Byrd, Howells, and Weir at New Haven’s Trinity Church on the Green.

April 6, 7:30 pm


Moving Earth: “Capability” Brown, Humphry Repton, and the Creation of the English Landscape
Sterling Memorial Library
(203) 432-1810

Drawing on the collections of the Center for British Art, Moving Earth shows how landscape gardeners relocated vast quantities of soil, water, and plant life to reshape English scenery.

March 7 through May 20


Yale Repertory Theatre
(203) 432-1234

OBIE Award–winning resident director Evan Yionoulis ’82, ’85MFA, brings Shakespeare’s Cymbeline—a play of love, war, and betrayal—to the Rep stage.

March 25 through April 16


Everything is Dada
Yale University Art Gallery
(203) 432-0600

An exhibition of major works from the gallery’s collection celebrates the centennial of the Dada movement.

Through July 3

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