Monthly Archive:: October 2021

The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department proudly congratulates the Columbia College alums and faculty members who have been selected to receive 2021 Make a Wave grants from the Chicago-based nonprofit grant-making organization 3Arts. The grant recipients were announced October...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s 2021-2022 Mainstage Season opened October 15, 2021, with American Origami/#HereToo-CCC, a program of two devised plays in dialogue about America’s gun violence epidemic. This original production is the result of an exciting collaboration...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department proudly launches its 2021-2022 Mainstage Season with an exciting collaboration between the Theatre Department, Columbia College’s Museum of Contemporary Photography, the national theatre/activism initiative #HereToo, and the internationally acclaimed Tectonic Theatre Project: American...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Connar Brown ’19, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting with a Minor in Voiceover and a Minor in Video Production, is featured in Theatre Above the Law‘s world premiere...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums Preston Max Allen ’13 and Jayae Riley Jr. ’16 will join a discussion on “Flipping the Script: How to Thrive as a Trans, Gender Nonconforming, or Nonbinary Performer,” presented by Columbia College Chicago...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Darren Patin ’17, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BFA Program in Musical Theatre Performance, is featured in Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice, running October 8 through December 5...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Tyler Anthony Smith ’17, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, presents his one-person show People Do Do Such Things October 7 through 10 at Davenport’s Piano Bar and Cabaret,...
Alumni and faculty of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are bringing the musical theatre event Songs for Nobodies to Northlight Theatre, located at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts at 9501 Skokie Boulevard in the Chicago...
Broken Nose Theatre, one of Chicago’s premier Pay-What-You-Can theatre companies, is launching its tenth season with an audio adaptation of Kingdom, a drama by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Allen Harris ’11, a graduate of the Columbia...