Arts & Culture


Multitudes: A Celebration of the Yale Collection of American Literature, 1911–2011
Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library
(203) 432-2972

A display of books, manuscripts, periodicals, and ephemera celebrates the centenary of the Yale Collection of American Literature. The collection, founded in 1911 with a donation of first editions of American fiction, drama, and poetry, now includes substantial complementary materials.

Through October 1


Three Sisters: A New Version by Sarah Ruhl
Yale Repertory Theatre
(203) 432-1234

Two-time Pulitzer finalist Sarah Ruhl brings a fresh perspective to Chekhov’s classic tale of longing, unrealized dreams, and disillusionment. Staged at the University Theatre.

September 16 through October 8


'Ceci n’est pas une reverie’: The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman
School of Architecture Gallery
(203) 432-2288

A celebration of the creative life, work, and spirit of Stanley Tigerman ’60BArch, ’61MArch, marks the transfer of the architect’s complete drawing archive to Yale’s Manuscripts & Archives. The exhibit (its name means “This is not a dream”) includes project models and sketches, his bachelor’s and master’s theses, and household items he designed.

Through November 4


The Book as Memorial: Book Artists Respond to and Remember 9/11
Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library
(203) 432-2645

In commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, this exhibition focuses on how book artists have memorialized both the people who lost their lives that day and the nation’s broader sense of loss.

September 6 through December 16


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