Cru That was Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Aidy Bryant ’09, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting and now a regular cast member on Saturday Night Live, portraying Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas...
Prominent trans advocate and Columbia College Chicago alum Precious Brady-Davis ’13, who graduated from Columbia College with an Interdisciplinary BA in Theatre and Liberal Education, has written a memoir, I Have Always Been Me, which is scheduled for hardcover...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department proudly congratulates Columbia College alum Ilesa Duncan ’99, executive/producing director of Pegasus Theatre Chicago, which has been approved for a $20,000 Grant for Arts Projects award from the National Endowment for the Arts....
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum J. Cody Spellman ’13, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s Theatre Directing program, is the creative director of 3x, a new music video series showcasing original work by emerging artists. Each performance is...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Joseph Sikora ’98, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, has signed a first-look deal for his Black Fox Productions company with Lionsgate TV, according to a report in the...
The Chicago Tribune reports that Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumna Tyla Abercrumbie ’98 has been selected as the inaugural playwright in a new $25,000 play development initiative by Chicago’s Raven Theatre, whose artistic director is Columbia College alumnus...
Congratulations to Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Jen Albert ’97, who has been nominated for a 2021 Ovation Award from the LA Stage Alliance in Los Angeles, a non-profit arts service organization dedicated to building awareness, appreciation, and...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Rachel Damon ’05, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s Theatre Design BA program, will debut her new dance film Leverage on Saturday, January 23, as part of the In/Motion International Dance Festival 2021. Presented...
Columbia College Chicago alum Tonya Pinkins ’96 — Tony Award-winning star of such Broadway musicals as Caroline, or Change and Jelly’s Last Jam — will co-star in ABC’s upcoming limited series The Women of the Movement, according to a...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Kerry Reid ’87, the theatre and dance editor of the Chicago Reader newspaper, eloquently and insightfully assessed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Chicago’s performing arts world in her year-end wrapup for...