Alliance for Dance at Yale
The Alliance for Dance at Yale College was established in 1998 by Sidra Bell ‘01 and Elana Aquino ‘00 to foster more appreciation for dance at Yale and to strengthen the connection between Yale and the New Haven community through dance. ADAY acts as an umbrella organization for all the extracurricular dance groups at Yale College, coordinating their efforts and advocating for the campus dance community.  As part of its community outreach efforts, ADAY runs the Yale-Coop Dance Collaborative, a Yale student-led workshop-based dance afterschool program at the nearby Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School. Currently, ADAY includes 22 different dance groups.     
Beinecke Library
The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library is Yale University’s principal repository for literary papers and for early manuscripts and rare books in the fields of literature, theology, history, and the natural sciences. In addition to its general collection of rare books and manuscripts, the library houses the Yale Collection of American Literature, the Yale Collection of German Literature, the Yale Collection of Western Americana, and the Osborn Collection. The Beinecke collections afford opportunities for interdisciplinary research in such fields as medieval, Renaissance, and eighteenth-century studies, art history, photography, American studies, the history of printing, and modernism in art and literature.
Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School
Cooperative Arts and Humanities Magnet High School is an arts magnet school, serving students from the Greater New Haven region.  In a challenging and supportive environment, students learn the academic, artistic, and social skills necessary to become proficient and productive members of a diverse global community.  The state-of-the-art campus includes a television studio, 350-seat theater with fly loft, black box theater, chorus and music rooms, 4 fully equipped computer labs, and academic facilities.
Elizabethan Club
Founded in 1911, by Alexander Smith Cochran, Yale Class of 1896, the Elizabethan Club of Yale University is a private club that maintains a library and serves as a meeting place for conversation and discussion relating to literature and the arts.  The Club’s literary collection includes an array of rare 16th and 17th century books and artifacts, including a number of Shakespearean folios and quartos.
Elm Shakespeare Company
Founded in 1995, and located in New Haven, CT, The Elm Shakespeare Company is a professional, multicultural theatre company committed to establishing a discourse with Connecticut’s communities and schools through the medium of Shakespeare’s plays. In addition to free performances in Edgerton Park each August and performances at the Kehler Liddell Gallery in Westville each spring, the company presents innovative educational programming throughout the year. Whether it is our long term residencies, after school programs, workshops or summer camp, the goal remains the same; to teach students, through practical application, the power of Shakespeare’s language and the magic of the theatre.
FIlms at the Whitney
Films at the Whitney was inaugurated in 2009 by the Whitney Humanities Center to help foster a dynamic film culture at Yale. The group supports a wide range of programming, including film conferences and festivals, special screenings and workshops with visiting filmmakers, faculty and student-organized screenings, and a host of other film-related events.  Films at the Whitney frequently partners with the Film Studies Program, Film Study Center, and other student and academic organizations to bring a wide range of cinematic events to campus.  
Legacy Theatre
The Legacy Theatre is a newly incorporated theatre company that envisions a theatre in the Shoreline area that will house a core Repertory Company committed to performing ongoing seasons of transformative theatre. Founded on the desire to showcase excellent-quality, professional theatre, not only in production value and artistic nuance, but also in thematic content and overall scope, the Legacy aims to put into practice the age-old but scarce Repertory Company. To that end, The Legacy Company is a core of professional actors who rotate among casts and directors to produce beautiful work in the community that hosts recognizable talent, switching amongst the great literature and musicals of our time. This environment sets the scene for a terrific training ground in the conservatory arm of The Legacy. The Artist Teachers from the resident company serve the theatre’s Conservatory as true apprentice theatres of old, passing on the legacy of the rich tradition of the Theatre to students of all ages.