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YALE REPERTORY THEATRE
1120 Chapel Street
(at corner of York Street)
Formerly the Calvary Baptist Church, Yale Rep contains a 478-seat auditorium and the main Yale Rep Box Office.
222 York Street
Erected in 1926, the University Theatre contains a 640-seat auditorium.
1156 Chapel Street
A flexible performances space located in Holcombe T. Green, Jr. Hall, which also houses the Yale School of Art.
Box Office Information
Monday to Friday
10AM to 5PM
Noon to 5PM
10AM to 3:30PM
Tuesday 12/20 to Thursday 12/22
10AM to 5PM
Closed Friday 12/23/22 to Monday 1/2/23
Open 1/3/23 at 10AM
P.O. Box 208244
New Haven, CT 06520
1120 Chapel Street (at York Street)
New Haven, CT 06510
Broadway Plaza Lot
Located on Broadway in the plaza. The Broadway Plaza Lot is a block and a half walk to the University Theatre; a two-block walk from Yale Repertory Theatre.
Located at 150 York Street between Crown and Chapel Streets. Yale Rep Subscribers and Pass Holders receive coupons for parking discounts at the York/Chapel Garage. Patrons should present their parking coupons (distributed with tickets) to the attendant when exiting the garage.
Yale Center for British Art Lot
Located directly behind the Yale Repertory Theatre at 153 York Street.
Parking Express Lot
Located on Howe Street (at Chapel Street). The Parking Express lot is a two-block walk to Yale Repertory Theatre.
Kirk’s Parking Service Lot
Located at 255 Crown Street, between High and College Streets, a block and a half from Yale Rep.
Located at 260 Crown Street, across from Louis’ Lunch and a block and a half from Yale Rep.
Street parking is available on Chapel, York, High, Park, and Crown Streets. In addition to coins, several meters now accept credit and debit cards as well as the GoNewHaven mobile parking app. Please allow ample time to find a parking space.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is your COVID vaccination policy?
Yale Rep productions are open to asymptomatic audiences with up-to-date COVID-19 vaccination and boosters. Audience members should carry vaccination documentation and be prepared to show it if asked.
Are masks required?
All patrons must wear masks at all times while inside the theater except when eating or drinking. ASTM (available on site), 3-ply, N95, or KN95 masks must be worn at all times while inside the theater; cloth masks are acceptable only when double-masking in combination with one of these approved masks.Our staff, backstage crew, and artists (when not performing on stage) will also be masked at all times.
What is your late seating policy?
Yale Rep makes every effort to begin performances on time. For the safety of our patrons and performers, latecomers will be seated at the discretion of the theatre.
Members of the company of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, directed by Carl Cofield, scenic design by Riw Rakkulchon, costumes by Mika H. Eubanks, lighting by Samuel Kwan Chi Chan, music compositions and sound design by Frederick Kennedy,projections by Brittany Bland, technical direction by David Phelps, stage management by Abigail Gandy and assistant stage manager Zachry J. Bailey. Photo © Joan Marcus, 2019.
Yale Repertory Theatre, University Theatre, and Iseman Theater photos © T. Charles Erickson.