What's On This Week: June 11-14

Did you have a great weekend with us? We hope you’re ready for more! Get excited for this week’s abundance of entrancing performances, deep conversations and engaging activities all over New Haven.

Tuesday, June 11
Dorrance Dance: Myelination
8PM @ Shubert Theater


Award-winning choreographer Michelle Dorrance and company infuse tap with contagious energy and electrifying rhythms. Find ticket options and more info here >

Cities of Peace: Healing the Trauma of Conflict Through Art
5:30PM @ Alexion Pharmaceuticals Auditorium


Through the work of Cities of Peace, healing, dignity and understanding of seemingly different cultures is possible, reminding us that light and love are always within reach. More info on this free event here >

More of Tuesday’s events, including STATE STREET WINE WALK >

Wednesday, June 12
No Kids
8PM @ Iseman Theater


Real-life same-sex couple George and Nir share their mingled fears and excitement about starting a family through dress-up and dance, not lacking depth, love and hope throughout. Find ticket options and more info here >

Circa: What Will Have Been
8PM @ University Theatre


Be drawn deep into the world of physical daring with a hauntingly beautiful exploration of what is possible within the human body. Find ticket options and more info here >

Data-Driven Sounds
5:30PM @ Alexion Pharmaceuticals Auditorium


Together, musicians Kaki King, Spencer Topel, and Jay Alan Zimmerman share how they are using data not just to make sounds but to see and experience music. More info on this free event here >

More of Wednesday’s events, including ZIKINA >

Thursday, June 13
No Kids
8PM @ Iseman Theater


Real-life same-sex couple George and Nir share their mingled fears and excitement about starting a family through dress-up and dance, not lacking depth, love and hope throughout. Find ticket options and more info here >

Circa: What Will Have Been
8PM @ University Theatre


Be drawn deep into the world of physical daring with a hauntingly beautiful exploration of what is possible within the human body. Find ticket options and more info here >

Stonewall at 50
5:30PM @ Alexion Pharmaceuticals Auditorium


How do we honor this landmark in a struggle that began before the “first brick was thrown” and still continues? An informal talk with award winning playwright Ain Gordon and rural queer/trans organizer HB Lozito. More info on this free event here >

More of Thursday’s events, including SISTER FUNK >

Friday, June 14
No Kids
8PM @ Iseman Theater


Real-life same-sex couple George and Nir share their mingled fears and excitement about starting a family through dress-up and dance, not lacking depth, love and hope throughout. Find ticket options and more info here >

Circa: What Will Have Been
8PM @ University Theatre


Be drawn deep into the world of physical daring with a hauntingly beautiful exploration of what is possible within the human body. Find ticket options and more info here >

Quantum Sound: A Live Performance of Superconducting Instruments
8PM & 10PM @ Firehouse 12


Scientific devices become musical instruments in a groundbreaking musical experience conducted by sound artist and composer Spencer Topel. Find ticket options and more info here >

Author! Author! A Conversation with Michael Childers
5:30PM @ Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 


Celebrated photo portraitist Michael Childers will share anecdotes about his work and interactions with notable writers. More info on this free event here >

More of Friday’s events, including SPOKEN WORD AND JAZZ >

For more to explore and experience, check out all of our events at artidea.org/festival.