Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Kevin Wiczer ’05, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, is directing the musical Something Rotten!, running September 25 through October 24 at Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center, located at...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum and former faculty member Joanie Schultz ’00, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s Theatre Directing program, has been named associate artistic director of the Cincinnati Playhouse, one of the nation’s top regional theatres....
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Preston Max Allen ’13 — a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting who also took courses in the Theatre Department’s Musical Theatre and Comedy programs —will present a concert performance...
Alumni of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are featured in the fight team for Lyric Opera of Chicago’s eagerly awaited brand-new production of Macbeth, Giuseppe Verdi’s thrilling operatic adaptation of William Shakespeare’s tragedy. The production runs September 17...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Rose Freeman ’07, a graduate of the Theatre Department‘s Theatre Directing program, is directing the opening production of the Third Eye Theatre Ensemble‘s eighth season — a double bill of one-act operas running...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums Isaiah Silvia-Chandley ’18 and Michael George ’16 won a rave review from the Chicago Reader for their choreography for the professional Chicago-area regional premiere of the Tony Award-winning musical Kinky Boots — the...
Congratulations to Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Rebecca Lynn Dose ’19, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s Stage Management BA program. She has been named Resident Stage Manager of the Magik Theatre in San Antonio, Texas. Dose came...
The online comedy game show Wisecrackin’, created by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Angie McMahon ’98, has been entertaining audiences virtually during the pandemic the shutdown. But this Thursday, September 2, at 8 PM (CST), the show makes...
Sheldon Patinkin (August 27, 1935-September 21, 2014)
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department fondly honors the memory of Sheldon Patinkin – longtime chair of the Theatre Department, noted director and teacher, and cherished friend and mentor to many in the Chicago theatre community — who was...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni and faculty are on the creative team of Mr. Burns, a post-electric play, Anne Washburn’s comedy/drama/musical about a post-apocalyptic world comforted by memories of The Simpsons, which begins performances August 27 at Theater Wit,...