History: 2014 Festival

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19th Annual Festival
June 14-28, 2014

Performance Programs

  • Adele Myers & Dancers Einstein's Happiest Thought – Iseman Theater (June 24-28)
  • Arguendo – Elevator Repair Service – Yale Repertory Theatre (June 18-22)
  • Acrobuffos – New Haven Green (June 27-28)
  • Brady Clark with Bronze Radio Return – New Haven Green (June 22)
  • Dianne Reeves with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra – New Haven Green (June 21)
  • Echoes: Early Music Reimagined Yale Choral Artists – Church of St. Mary (June 20)
  • Erik Friedlander Block Ice & Propane – Iseman Theater (June 14)
  • The Events – Yale Repertory Theatre (June 24-28)
  • Family Matters: The Films of Alan Berliner – Whitney Humanities Center (June 13-15)
  • The Gloaming – Sprague Hall, Morse Recital Hall (June 19)
  • Île O – Compagnie Barolosolo – New Haven Green (June 14-15)
  • La Santa Cecilia with Nation Beat – New Haven Green (June 28)
  • Lalah Hathaway & Ruben Studdard – New Haven Green (June 14)
  • Lemon Anderson County of Kings – University Theatre (June 14-15)
  • Martha Redbone Roots Project with Cry You One – New Haven Green (June 15)
  • Reggie Wilson / Fist and Heel Performance Group Moses(es) – University Theatre (June 18-21)
  • Regina Carter Southern Comfort – Sprague Hall, Morse Recital Hall (June 17)
  • Traces Les 7 Doigts de la Main (7 Fingers) – University Theatre (June 24-28)
  • Yale Institute for Music Theater: Afterland – Off-Broadway Theater
  • Yale Institute for Music Theater: Clouds Are Pillows for the Moon – Off-Broadway Theater

Ideas: Lectures & Conversations

  • Opening Celebration - The Governor's Arts Awards (June 14)
  • Jack Hitt: From Electric Car to Obsolete Highways (June 15)
  • On the Waterfront: Responses to Our Embattled Waterways (June 17)
  • Down Home: The Musical Heritage of the American South (June 17)
  • The Cooking Gene: Tracing My African American Story Though Food (June 18)
  • Zora Neale Hurston: The Inspiration Behind Moses(es) (June 19)
  • Thinking About Sports (June 19)
  • Buildings Can Save the Planet (June 21)
  • The Art of Bibliotherapy, or How to Match-Make Between Books and Readers (June 21)
  • Speech: The First Amendments in the Spotlight (June 22)
  • Brilliant: The Science of How We Get Smarter (June 24)
  • Photographs of Britan and Ireland (June 25)
  • Contemporary Circus: Innovative Approaches to Partnership from Quebec to New England (June 25)
  • How to Make a Human Being (June 26)
  • Can Art Mediate Conflict (June 27)
  • South Africa Now: Reflecting on 20 Years of Democracy (June 28)

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