alums Caleb Walker ’18, a graduate of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s BA Program in Theatre, and Jordan Conrad, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting. Walker and Conrad perform in a work written by Walker, 11 Empty Frames, about an inexperienced art museum guide who leads the audience through a tour of art and their own experience therein. The guide finds their tour becoming increasingly more personal, and is confronted by those responsible for their strife. Based on a real Boston art museum heist, 11 Empty Frames is a meditation on our relationship with art, the public, and public art.
alum Wendy Parman MA ’03, author and performer of Fragments of Heartbreak Reassembled Here. Described as “a cheeky desolation in story, poetry, and song,” the piece reveals how an empty-nesting divorcée journeys out of the dark winter of the soul to rekindle her creative spirit – only to find that she may no longer exist.
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums Chris Zdenek ’07 and Ian Tranberg ’07, both graduates of the Theatre Department’s Acting program. Zdenek is the author of I’m Not Having Anyone Talk About Me in the Past Tense! and Tranberg is a member of the show’s cast.
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