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Albert Williams

Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums Courtney Mack ’15 and Mallory Maedke ’14, both graduates of the Theatre Department’s BFA Program in Musical Theatre Performance, will participate in a virtual “Alumni Master Class: From Columbia to Broadway” on Monday,...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department proudly congratulates alumnus Travis Coe ’15, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, on his appointment as Associate Artistic Director of the Double Edge Theatre, a multigenerational, experimental ensemble located...
Former Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department Acting program student Matt Trudeau has taken over the role of Lucas Jones on ABC’s long-running daytime drama series General Hospital. According to the entertainment news site Soaps.SheKnows: “General Hospital didn’t even announce...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department congratulates Columbia College Chicago alum Tonya Pinkins ’96 — Tony Award-winning star of such Broadway musicals as Caroline, or Change and Jelly’s Last Jam — on receiving the 2020 Rachel Crothers Leadership Award...
    Congratulations to the alumni and faculty of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department and the Columbia College Chicago Music Department who have won 2020 Joseph Jefferson Awards, Chicago’s top theatre award. The Equity “Jeff Awards” honor excellence...
Congratulations to the Columbia College Chicago alumni and faculty who won 2020 Black Theatre Alliance Awards. The awards were announced Monday, November 2, even though a planned live ceremony was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The winners include:...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Kelan M. Smith ’20, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BFA Program in Musical Theatre Performance, is featured in Porchlight Music Theatre’s New Faces Sing Broadway 1987, a revue of songs from Broadway...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Madison Kennedy ’18, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s Theatre Directing program, will lead a virtual workshop for Columbia College students and alumni seeking work in the arts and entertainment field. Titled “Don’t...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Almanya Narula ’12, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, has published an article in the Chicago Reader – Chicago’s premier alternative publication since 1971 – examining the fast-developing discipline of...
Tony Award-winning Columbia College Chicago alum Tonya Pinkins ’96 stars in a reimagined version of Moliere’s classic 1662 comedy The School for Wives, accessible for free on YouTube through October 28.   The production is presented by Moliere in...