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Art Internships for Yale Students Wanted: POST HERE! Deadline 2/26/10

Yale Undergraduate Career Services (UCS) is seeking to develop an extensive database of exceptional summer internship opportunities offered by alumni and other professionals working in the arts industry through a new media project entitled Arts Notable Internships.

•    Promote your internship to Yale students
•    Help Yalies find great internships in the arts
•    Internships do not need to be Yale exclusive
•    Posting is simple

Post and send your internship opportunity using the Internship Posting Form.

UCS asks all potential employers to submit their internship information by February 26, 2010 as an effort to inform students of all internship opportunities before spring break.  Please contact Lori Ferrara, Internship Program Coordinator, at This email address is hidden from email harvesters via JavaScript or by phone at 203.432.0800 for comments or questions.

New Plays for Young Audiences

  New Plays for Young Audiences Presents Three New Plays for Young Audiences, Jun 6-7, 13-14, and 20-21   NYU's New Plays for Young Audiences will present staged readings of three new plays for young audiences June 6th 21st at the Black Box Theatre, 82 Washington Square East. [Subway: A, ...


January 15-17, 2009 8pm The 45th Street Theatre 354 W. 45th St. (between 8th & 9th Avenue) Tickets: $15 - Celebrate Barack Obama's historic inauguration with a new theatre company formed by Nelson Eusebio (YSD 07) and several othe alumns called Creative Destruction as they remount their ...

"Sixty Miles to Silver Lake" - A New Play by Dan LeFranc, directed by Obie Award winner Anne Kauffman

 Page 73 (a non-profit company started by Dan Shiffman '95, Liz Jones '96 and Asher Richelli '97) presents the world premiere of Sixty Miles to Silver Lake by Dan LeFranc, directed by Obie Award winner Anne Kauffman. Produced with award-winning theater company Soho Rep, Sixty Miles to Silver Lake looks ...

IN TRANSIT - A New A Cappella Musical - August 8-10 at York Theatre

Co-written by James-Allen Ford (JE '93), featuring Adam Overett (SM '00) and Graham Stevens (SY '99), and produced by Elisa Spencer (DRA '05). From below the city's streets springs a brand new musical inspired by the rhythms and sounds of life on the subway. There's not an instrument in sight ...

IMPROV and POLITICAL NOVELS classes by Bob Lamm

Classes on THE JOY OF IMPROV and on CLASSIC POLITICAL NOVELS taught by Bob Lamm.  Bob Lamm--a member of the class of 1969 and a Visiting Lecturer at Yale in 1978 and 1980--will be offering two classes this fall and winter at the City University of New York Graduate Center ...

The New Blue's 2008-2009 New England Concert Series

The New Blue, Yale University's premiere women's a capella group, is proud to present its 39th annual New England Concert Series. Founded in 1969 when Yale first admitted undergraduate women, The New Blue is honored to uphold a tradition of almost forty years of professional entertainment and inspiring musicality. Perfect ...

FREQUENCY HOPPING through June 29 by Elyse Singer '89

"FREQUENCY HOPPING," a dark comedy written/directed by Elyse Singer '89   THROUGH JUNE 29 at 3LD Art & Technology Center   FREQUENCY HOPPING is a dark comedy based on the remarkable collaboration in 1940 between Hollywood glamour girl Hedy Lamarr and "bad boy" composer George Antheil on a secret ...

Young Opera Series Goes Live

Hot for opera in the city? Check out a new series Kevin Lezak '93 has been making with fellow Yalie Dan Goldman '93.  It's for PBS and New York's own, Channel thirteen -- all for art, rarefied, splendorous and lovely.  New episodes will be posting every week throughout the summer....

Jaradoa Theater

Jaradoa Theater is a company of professional theater artists--actors, directors, designers, writers--who serve through performance.  Jaradoa's members are equally devoted to productions and performance-based outreach.  We do theater that promotes mercy, beauty and truth in an environment where artists thrive, and use storytelling to address brokenness in our community.  ...

Joshua Spanogle's (BR '93) "Flawless" now in paperback!

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Physician and bestselling author Josh Spanogle's (BR '93) new medical thriller, FLAWLESS, is now in paperback.

Trying to salvage an imploding relationship, former CDC doc Nate McCormick has just ...

Publishers Weekly says "[Spanogle's] medical thriller has all the elements."

Available at Amazon!


Hillary Clinton Spoof

This Timothy Cooper video is sweeping the Internets after YouTube featured it. ...


Launch of

I'm proud to announce the official launch of ...

From Matthew Belinkie, TC '02


New Breakup Girl Cartoon

New Breakup Girl CartoonFebruary 14, 2008 Breakup Girl meets “Bad Boy” Filed under: Comics — posted by Chris @ 8:22 am BREAKUP GIRL RETURNS in a brand-new weekly series of adventures! It all starts here… * * * * * * * * * * * * Starting 2/18, swing by every Monday ...

Obama or your choice, yes, we can song.

Whatever your political proclivity, I hope the candidate you support inspire you as much as Sen. Obama inspired these artists to put together this video....

Josh Dodes with Marc Cohn on the Today Show

I played on the "Today Show" last week with Marc Cohn, and the video is now online ...

Pluto Enters Capricorn: Time to try something New!

Pluto Enters Capricorn: Time to try something New! Mas Musica!!! Charles Edward Fambro   From Charles Edward Fambro, MC '85

I'm In a Show!

I'm performing the role of Bobo Monkey in the national tour of Nickelodeon's Go, Diego, Go, Live! The show plays theaters and arenas across the US, including New York City's Radio City Music Hall (in March), and is selling out quickly. If you want to see me be a monkey ... Launch in NYC is a new site launched by a Yale alum in the class of 2002.  The site launched in NYC and is hosting the following events this week. Gallery Bar Opening Party: Billy the Artist Wednesday, February 6 at 6:00pm New Museum of Contemporary Art Thursday, February 7 ...

Whim 'n Rhythm Spring Concert

Friday, March 4th 8pm Yale Club of NYC Trumbull Room Business Casual Attire RSVP appreciated but not necessary. This email address is hidden from email harvesters via JavaScript

Unofficial NY Yale Cabaret is a hit!

The Yale Cabaret has arrived in NY at its new home at the West Bank Cafe at 407 W. 42nd St. raves: The Unofficial New York Yale Cabaret has demonstrated in less than a full season more creativity, ...

Krista Madsen's ('95) Brooklyn wine lounge

Krista Madsen's ('95) Brooklyn wine lounge has recently celebrated its grand opening. A cozy art bar featuring New York wine, beer and talent, Stain is open daily from 5 p.m. until 2ish a.m. There's a big garden (smoking ...

Ranya Belly Dancing Classes

Ranya Belly Dancing ClassesEARLY 2008 WINTER SERIES PART 1  (JANUARY 18 - FEBRUARY 8) Special topics series   At 440 Studios, studio 4C (440 Lafayette just below Astor Place in the East Village, near N,R,W,6 subway lines; You may need to enter the building from 436 Lafayette next door, go to ...

Mike Errico New Record ALL IN

On the heels of his most commercially successful album to date, New York City’s Mike Errico returns with All In, the latest in an already inspired discography.

Curt Ellis and Ian Cheney's KING CORN Hits Theaters

KING CORN, a feature documentary by three Yale College alums, premiered at Cinema Village in New York City on October 12th and is now playing in select cities around the country. KING CORN is a feature documentary about two friends, one acre of corn, and the subsidized crop that drives our fast-food nation.In the film, Ian Cheney ('02 and MEM '03) and Curt Ellis ('02) move to the heartland to learn where their food comes from. With the help of friendly neighbors, genetically modified seeds, and powerful herbicides, they plant and grow a bumper crop of America’s most-productive, most-subsidized grain on one acre of Iowa soil. But when they try to follow their pile of corn into the food system, what they find raises troubling questions about how we eat—and how we farm.


      A profile of “Peanuts” creator Charles M. Schulz (1922-2000), whose universe of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Pigpen and Schroeder entertained generations of children and adults.  Included: excerpts from the “Peanuts” TV specials, and archival footage. Monday, Oct. 29th at 9:00 p.m. KCET Produced ...

Fringe Festival NYC

Sara Kathryn Bakker, DC '95, acting in the NYC Fringe Festival. Details are below.

Photographs on view Summer '07

Photos by Lisa Kereszi MFA '00 on view all summer