The 2014-15 Yale School of Drama Season

Adapted by edward kemp
From the novel by Mikhail Bulgakov
directed by Sara Holdren

October 21–25, 2014
Iseman Theater, 1156 Chapel Street

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FOR MATURE AUDIENCES. Contains strong language, sexual situations, nudity, and violence. Also contains fog, haze, dry ice, herbal cigarette smoke, gun shots, and strobe lights. Please contact the Box Office at 203.432.1234 if you have further questions about the themes or content of this production.

by Anton Chekhov
Translated by paul schmidt
directed by Jessica Holt


December 12–18, 2014
Iseman Theater, 1156 Chapel Street

by Molière
Translated by Brendan Pelsue
Adapted by andrej visky, Brendan Pelsue,
and Samantha Lazar
directed by Andrej Visky

January 27–31, 2015
University Theatre, 222 York Street

The Studio Series productions are designed to be learning experiences that complement classroom work, providing a medium for students at Yale School of Drama to combine their individual talents and energies toward the staging of collaboratively created works. Your attendance meaningfully completes that process.

The Yale School of Drama's 2014-15 Studio Series performances are FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.

Reservations are available starting approximately one week before each production.