Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, students, and faculty members are joining forces for A Not-So-Silent Night, a benefit performance and holiday party on Monday, December 19, to raise money for Season of Concern, an organization that raises and distributes money for emergency financial assistance to Chicago theatre makers for health-related issues. Tickets are only $10! For tickets, click here.
A Not-So-Silent Night takes place Monday, December 19, at 7:30 PM at Floating World Gallery, located at 1925 N. Halsted in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. Tickets are only $10, with proceeds going directly to Season of Concern. The event is presented by The Beautiful City Project, a Chicago organization committed to using musical theatre as a tool to give back to the Chicago community.
The array of Chicago talent performing in the concert includes:
Columbia College alums Juwon Tyrel Perry ’19, Lizzy Murray ’20, Morgan Schoenecker ’22, and Bella Blackshaw ’22, all graduates of the Theatre Department’s BFA Program in Musical Theatre Performance;
Columbia College alums Leah Morrow ’05 and Ariel Etana Triunfo ’19, both graduates of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Musical Theatre; Mackenzie Maples ’22, who graduated with an Interdisciplinary BA in Cinema Arts and Science and Theatre; and
Also performing are Columbia College faculty member Shanna VanDerwerker and former Columbia College faculty member Roberta Duchak.
The evening is curated, directed, and music directed by Columbia College Theatre Department faculty member David Fiorello, founder and artistic director of The Beautiful City Project. The evening is co-produced by Bella Blackshaw.