Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums DeZhané “DiDi” Rouse ’17 and Zoë Sapienza ’16 are in the play The Best of Days, running December 1-16 at the Voice of the City studio theatre, 3429 W. Diversey, Chicago. Both Rouse and Sapienza are graduates of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting with a Voiceover Minor.
The seasonal show is written and directed by Voice of the City’s executive artistic director, Columbia College alumnus Christopher Ellis ’94, who studied Theatre and Film. This intimate theatrical experience features “tales of the sinister side of Christmas lore,” from ancient times to the Middle Ages, along with traditional holiday libations and tasty eats.
Voice of the City is a community arts organization devoted to exploring, developing, supporting, and producing interdisciplinary visual arts and performance and providing quality fine arts education in art, dance, theatre, music, and photography/film/video to Chicago’s Logan Square community. For tickets and information, call 312-576-7236 or click here.