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No Exit at The Yale Cabaret
10/01/04 at 20:38:56
 
The Yale Cabaret
 
The student-run underground space unveils the first half of its 18-show season. 432-1566.
 
A place of activism–not just political or social activism, but creative activism, a place for new ideas" That's the current vision for the decades-old, everchanging 70-seat Yale Cabaret, in the basement of 217 Park St. (down the pathway whic bisects the block between Chapel and Elm streets). Newly appointed artistic director May Adrales and managing director Elisa Spencer sat down with me at Book Trader last week to explain their schedule for this fall.  
 
Oct. 14-16: No Exit . Director Vana Ross envisions the intimate, clustered Cabaret audience joining Sartre's anguished anti-heroes in Hell.
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