New Haven's International Festival of Arts and Ideas is back! The theme of this year's festival is "Transformation and Tradition," and runs from this past Saturday through June 28. You don't want to miss it.
John Dankosky and Where We Live will brighten your breakfast with a performance of a "comic-rap-scrap metal musical." They're just getting started. You also hear about corsets, bicycles, and hunter-gatherers.
We launch you into lunch. Will Holshouser and his accordion kick us off to a conversation on technology's impact on the arts and more. Have lunch with us at The Study at Yale, located on 1157 Chapel Street in New Haven at 1:00 pm.
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- Jack Hitt is a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine and the author of several books including most recently, Bunch of Amateurs: A Search for the American Character
- John Collins is the artistic director for Elevator Repair Service
- Adele Myers is a New Haven-based choreographer and the artistic director of Adele Myers and Dancers
- Will Holshouser is an accordion player for Regina Carter
- Chris Arnott covers theater and the arts in Connecticut for several publications, including the New Haven Independent and New Haven Living magazine. He reviews theater on his website, New Haven Theater Jerk
- Gorman Bechard is a novelist, screenwriter, and filmmaker
- Mary Lou Aleskie is the Executive Director of New Haven's International Festival of Arts and Ideas