Columbia College Chicago Alumni and Faculty Bring Pulitzer Prize-Winning Drama ‘How I Learned to Drive’ to Artistic Home March 21-May 6

Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums are on the production team for The Artistic Home‘s production of How I Learned to Drive, Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about a teenage girl who is sexually abused by her uncle.

Kevin Rolfs

Sara Ann Dickey

Zack Berinstein

John Mossman

Columbia College alum Kevin Rolfs ’17, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Theatre Design, is the show’s scenic designer, and alum Sara Ann Dickey ’17, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Theatre, is the stage manager. In addition, alumnus Zack Berinstein ’12, a graduate of the Columbia College Chicago Music Department‘s Bachelor of Music in Contemporary Urban and Popular Music Program, is the show’s sound designer. And John Mossman, a faculty member in the Columbia College Chicago Cinema and Television Arts Department, plays the abusive uncle.

How I Learned to Drive, which premiered in 1997, is a pioneering examination of pedophilia and sexual abuse of women. It follows a young woman from age 11 to age 18 and her friendship and sexual affair with her uncle.

The production runs at The Artistic Home’s theatre at 1376 W. Grand, Chicago. For tickets, call 866-811-4111 or click here.