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‘Home’ at Arts & Ideas a collaborative concept that combines a concert with dance and performance art

“Home” is an art installation about a seemingly humdrum concept — hanging around the house — that happens to have been created by someone with a deep-rooted desire to entertain, enlighten and excite....

Review: Gay duo makes seamless dash through tough question in ‘No Kids’

There may be couples as meticulous and thorough when considering parenthood as Nir Paldi and George Mann do in their quick-paced performance of “No Kids,” running through Saturday at Iseman Theater...

Real Life, Real Questions On Stage: Should We Have Kids?

The question of if or when to start a family is something many adults ask themselves at some point in their lives.

In a play that's part of the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, a real-life...

Kids or ‘No Kids’: A gay couple’s debate forms New Haven theater piece

To parent, or not to parent? That is the question.

That’s also the distillation of “No Kids,” a two-character play running Wednesday through Saturday, June 12-15, at Iseman Theater as part of the...

Circa troupe readies ‘What Will Have Been’ at Arts & Ideas June 12

They are fearless and anything but predictable.

They fly through the air and spring across the stage. They swing from trapezes and dangle from above. They perform extraordinary feats of balance and...

Conductor Alasdair Neale is Ready to Take the New Haven Symphony Orchestra to New Heights

Alasdair Neale will officially take over as music director and conductor of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the fourth oldest in the country, July 1, shortly after he is introduced to the community...

Polar Punk: CBS 60 Minutes Profile of Tanya Tagaq

The sounds of Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq"It's not for everybody," Tagaq says, but her unique music, a blend of an ancient art form with elements of punk rock, heavy metal and electronica, has...

Pete Seeger | Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Kronos Quartet celebrate the music of Pete Seeger in Music for Change: The '60s - The Years that Changed America. Learn More >

Pete Seeger’s contribution to folk music, both in terms of its revival...

HOME IS WHERE THE _____ IS: GEOFF SOBELLE’S ‘HOME’ HELPS FILL IN THE BLANKS

‘Home’ can mean different things to different people. For me, home is where the heart, bed and eggs are. But for Geoff Sobelle, the creator and director of HOME (presented at Roslyn Packer Theatre as...

Hear some quantum noise during sound artist’s talk

Composer and current Yale Quantum Institute (YQI) artist-in-residence Spencer Topel will discuss how site-specificity, notably in architecture, is inherently linked to experiential art installations...

REVIEW: NO KIDS, BATTERSEA ARTS CENTRE

No Kids is much more than a play. It’s an argument, a discussion, a life decision. An exchange between real-life couple Nir Paldi and George Mann, No Kids asks a simple question that hangs over the...

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