Monthly Archive:: August 2017

Nothing Without a Company, an experimental theatre group co-founded and led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums, presents 24-Hour Fest Volume V, a showcase of six new site-specific ten-minute plays written, rehearsed, and performed in a 24-hour period....
  Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums Nathan Carroll ’09 and Ann Delaney ’14 are featured in the Chicago premiere of the musical Bonnie & Clyde, running August 27-October 15 at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont, in Chicago’s Belmont...
Emma Ladji
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumna Emma Ladji ’14 will present a new work-in-progress, created and performed in collaboration with multimedia artist Maxime Chudeau, on Monday, August 28, at Links Hall at Constellation, Chicago’s leading venue for cutting-edge performance...
August 27 would have been the 82nd birthday of Sheldon Patinkin–longtime chair of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, noted director and teacher, and cherished friend and mentor to many in the Chicago theatre community. Sheldon passed away on September...
Alumni and faculty of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department and the Columbia College Chicago Music Department have been nominated for 2017 Joseph Jefferson Awards, Chicago’s top theatre award. The list of this year’s “Jeff Award” nominees, announced August...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumus Rob Colletti ’11 will star in the national tour of the Broadway hit School of Rock, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical about a wannabe rock star who poses as a prep school teacher. The tour begins September...
Faculty members and alums of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are working with Route 66 Theatre Company on the Chicago premiere of the dark comedy A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at...
LoudMouth Theater, a new company created by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums and students, makes its debut August 24-26 with Mouthing Off, an evening of theatre and music by local artists. LoudMouth Theater is led by its co-founders:...
Pulse Theatre Chicago, a company founded and led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, has received national attention for its critically praised new production of Edward Albee’s landmark 1962 drama Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, running through August 20 at City...
Walkabout Theater Company, whose artistic director, Thom Pasculli, is a Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member, celebrates summer with A Persephone Pageant, an outdoor spectacle performance weaving together mythic tales of nature gods and true stories of environmental justice....