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Featured Event: Flights of Fancy

Exclusive Shopping Offers . . . 25 Wine & Food Stops . . . Free Parking . . . Prizes . . . Only $20
 

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Upcoming Events

Jan
23
Thu
Flights of Fancy @ Graduate New Haven
Jan 23 @ 4:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Flights of Fancy @ Graduate New Haven

 

We invite you to join us for an evening of shopping and exclusive discounts at 25 downtown shops, curated wine tastings by The Wine Thief, food tastings from many of New Haven’s delicious eateries, zero ticket fees, free parking, exciting raffle opportunities, and special gifts for attendees!

 

Registration will be hosted at Graduate New Haven where guests will grab their souvenir tasting glasses and stuffed swag bags, enter the raffle and receive their Flights stop map before enjoying an evening of sipping, shopping and sampling.

 

FREE PARKING available at 150 York Street Garage from 4:15pm-9:00pm. Please bring your parking ticket to registration at Graduate New Haven for your validation stamp.

 

NEW LOCATION
Graduate New Haven | 1151 Chapel St
Registration opens: 4:30PM
Registration closes: 7:00PM

 

Must be 21+ with valid ID to participate. Tickets required.

Jan
24
Fri
MANAHATTA @ Yale Repertory Theater
Jan 24 @ 8:00 pm – Feb 15 @ 8:00 pm

 

It’s 2008 and securities trader Jane Snake has landed a lucrative job on Wall Street, where her ancestors, the Lenape, were violently removed four hundred years before, when the Dutch “purchased” the island of Manahatta. Past and present intertwine as Jane is caught in the center of a looming mortgage crisis that threatens financial ruin for millions of families––including her own. Suspenseful and sweeping in scope, Manahatta illuminates an interlocking legacy of commercial exploitation and attempts to eradicate the culture of Native people, giving rise to the America we know today.

 

https://www.yalerep.org/productions-and-programs/production/manahatta

 

 

Feb
8
Sat
LUNARFEST Parade @ Whitney-Audubon District
Feb 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

 

Saturday, February 8, 2020

 

10:00-11:30 am
Lion and Dragon Dance Parade

 

12:00-4:00 pm
Lunarfest performances, workshops, crafts, and demonstrations

 

Lunarfest is a celebration of the Lunar New Year and Chinese culture, offering arts and cultural programs for adults and children throughout the city of New Haven and at Yale. Special events are programmed in January and February, but save the date for the big day on Saturday, February 8, 2020, which kicks off with a parade at 10:00AM down Church Street and Whitney Avenue (between Elm and Trumbull Street). Then head indoors to visit many or all of our venues with special activities and programs featuring food, art, music, literature, and dance.

 

Event details;

https://www.yalechina.org/lunarfest

Feb
14
Fri
Yale Opera’s Florencia en el Amazonas at Shubert Theatre @ Shubert Theatre
Feb 14 @ 8:00 pm

Described by the San Diego City Beat as “a game changer,” Florencia en el Amazonas offers a nod, through Marcela Fuentes-Berain’s libretto, to Gabriel García Márquez’s magical realism, with a score by Daniel Catán that ingeniously connects operatic tradition to the sounds of the story’s South American jungle setting. Christopher Franklin conducts the Yale Philharmonia and Candace Evans directs the cast in a new production of the first Spanish-language opera commissioned by celebrated U.S. opera companies.

 

The performance will be sung in Spanish with English supertitles.
(please note: supertitles are not visible from the $46 Rear Orchestra and Rear Mezzanine locations). https://shubert.com/shows-events/yale-opera-presents-florencia-en-el-amazonas

Feb
16
Sun
Yale Opera’s Florencia en el Amazonas at Shubert Theatre @ Shubert Theatre
Feb 16 @ 8:00 pm

Described by the San Diego City Beat as “a game changer,” Florencia en el Amazonas offers a nod, through Marcela Fuentes-Berain’s libretto, to Gabriel García Márquez’s magical realism, with a score by Daniel Catán that ingeniously connects operatic tradition to the sounds of the story’s South American jungle setting. Christopher Franklin conducts the Yale Philharmonia and Candace Evans directs the cast in a new production of the first Spanish-language opera commissioned by celebrated U.S. opera companies.

 

The performance will be sung in Spanish with English supertitles.
(please note: supertitles are not visible from the $46 Rear Orchestra and Rear Mezzanine locations). https://shubert.com/shows-events/yale-opera-presents-florencia-en-el-amazonas

Feb
18
Tue
Yale Opera’s Florencia en el Amazonas at Shubert Theatre @ Shubert Theatre
Feb 18 @ 8:00 pm

Described by the San Diego City Beat as “a game changer,” Florencia en el Amazonas offers a nod, through Marcela Fuentes-Berain’s libretto, to Gabriel García Márquez’s magical realism, with a score by Daniel Catán that ingeniously connects operatic tradition to the sounds of the story’s South American jungle setting. Christopher Franklin conducts the Yale Philharmonia and Candace Evans directs the cast in a new production of the first Spanish-language opera commissioned by celebrated U.S. opera companies.

 

The performance will be sung in Spanish with English supertitles.
(please note: supertitles are not visible from the $46 Rear Orchestra and Rear Mezzanine locations). https://shubert.com/shows-events/yale-opera-presents-florencia-en-el-amazonas