Arts & Culture


Escaped Alone
Yale Repertory Theatre
(203) 432-1234

A friendly chat among four women in the backyard becomes a commentary on the state of the world, as the conversation turns to politics, crisis, environmental disaster, and more.
March 8–30

Biophilia: In Excelsis
Institute of Sacred Music
(203) 432-5180

Twenty-two artists from diverse backgrounds explore biophilia—love of life—by focusing on sacred ecosystems and their imminent transformation due to global warming. Open Tuesday through Thursday, 12 to 4 pm.
March 27 through May 3

Benjamin Britten: War Requiem
Yale Symphony Orchestra
(203) 432-4140

The Yale Symphony Orchestra performs Britten’s War Requiem, Op. 66, in Woolsey Hall, along with the Yale Camerata, Yale Glee Club, the Elm City Girls’ Choir.
April 3, 7:30 pm

Shapes of Time  
Yale School of Architecture
(203) 432-2288

A two-day symposium brings together artists, architects, curators, scholars, and scientists to discuss the role of time in their fields and in their individual pursuits.
April 11–13

Anne Boleyn: Life and Legend  
Sterling Memorial Library
(203) 432-1072

This examination of the life and world of Tudor queen Anne Boleyn traces her legacy in popular memory, and seeks to understand the dichotomy.  
Through April 21

The comment period has expired.