In 1968, Yale said that women would not be admitted to Yale because it would interfere with the University’s goal of graduating 1,000 male leaders each year. In 1969, the first women were accepted into Yale College, transforming the spaces the school and slowly claiming space and a voice on this campus. This year, we are celebrating the 50th anniversary of these women’s revolutionary change.
Remembering: Stories of Women at Yale is a devised ensemble performance that will tell the stories, struggles, and triumphs of women and, ideally, gender non-conforming folks over the past 50 years. This larger festival will include performances from other performing arts groups on campus and influential alumni speakers.
Remembering was made possible with support from a Women at Yale Arts Grant as part of the 50 Women at Yale 150 Celebration.
Remembering, like all the remaining productions in our season, has been cancelled. Please read our full response to COVID-19 here.