European Devised Performance Practice Archive

Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Michael Brown, co-director of the Theatre Department’s MA/MFA Program in European Devised Performance Practice, is the co-creator of Invitation to a Beheading, a devised work of puppet and mask theatre based on...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Michael Brown, co-director of the Theatre Department’s MA/MFA Program in European Devised Performance Practice, is the co-creator and principal producer of Invitation to a Beheading, a devised work of puppet and mask...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department will present a day of free performances and exhibits on Friday, May 10, as part of Columbia College Chicago‘s 19th annual Manifest Urban Arts Festival. The Getz Theater Center of Columbia College Chicago,...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department and the Columbia College Chicago Business and Entrepreneurship Department are partnering for “The Third Mask: A Festival of New Devised Performance,” to be held May 2 through 4 at three different spaces on...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department is delighted to welcome actor, director, and teacher Carin Silkaitis as its new chair. Silkaitis — whose appointment was announced on April 25 by Rosita Sands, Interim Dean of Columbia College’s School of Fine...
Students in the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s MFA Program in European Devised Performance Practice present MANIFEST (O), a site-specific project devised under the guidance of visiting artist Firenza Guidi, on Monday and Tuesday, November 19 and 20, at...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department and the college’s office of Development and Alumni Relations invite alumni and supporters of Columbia College‘s Theatre Department to the first-ever Columbia College Theatre Reunion Weekend October 19 and 20, 2018. The event...
Theatre Unspeakable, a company founded and led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Marc Frost, presents its new devised work Moon Shot December 22-23 at the Vittum Theatre, 1012 N. Noble, in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood. The...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty members Michael Brown and Marc Frost will lead a workshop on “Masks: Presence, Potential and Play” on Saturday, June 4, as part of the Third Annual Physical Festival Chicago, which runs June 3-11...
  The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department is proud to present Glockenspiel, written and directed by Visiting Professor Steven Dykes from Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance in the United Kingdom. With a cast and crew of Columbia...