Performing Arts, American

217 Park St, New Haven
(203) 432-1566


Reviews for Yale Cabaret

Very strange but overall a fun and engaging atmosphere. I came with no foreknowledge or expectations, and what I got was a beautiful dinner with a nice house wine pairing, and some freaky performance art and live music show. The artists do a great job engaging with the audience and drawing them into the show/après show discussion. Normally not really my thing but the food was great, wine was flowing and I got to see some weird art.

i saw the play Kaspar down here and it was darn good. i don't usually watch plays or what not but i enjoyed it. excellent service. the actor got naked as well, which was fun. A couple old guys and gals were sleeping through the play, so nbd if you get a little tired. It's all gravy in the name of THEATRE!~!~!~!!~!

What a gem. Experiencing the Cabaret is not to be missed if you live even remotely near New Haven. Pair talented (and up and coming) actors, actresses, and producers studying at Yale's renowned School of Drama with thought provoking and engaging plot lines, and you have a totally captivating night at the theater. I've been twice - one night they play was a a serious existential piece about a Chinese prisoner and another night the play was a comedic take on caring for...read full review

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217 Park St, New Haven, CT 06511
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