Theatre Design Archive

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, faculty, and students are bringing British playwright Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice to the stage of Chicago’s Theater Wit August 14-September 5. Presented by the No Stakes Theater Project,...
Alumni of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are part of the design teams for the first two shows on Strawdog Theatre‘s fall schedule. After Miss Julie, British playwright Patrick Marber’s exploration of master/servant sexual politics in 1940s Britain,...
Fabulation
Pulse Theatre Company Chicago, a young troupe founded by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni Aaron Mitchell Reese (artistic director) and Christopher Jackson (producing artistic director), is presenting Lynn Nottage’s Obie Award-winning play Fabulation, or The Re-Education of Undine....
Congratulations to Jackalope Theatre, a collective founded and led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni: the company’s 2014 production of Exit Strategy, by Ike Holter, was honored in the “New Work” category at the 42nd annual Non-Equity Joseph...
Columbia College Chicago faculty and alumni are involved in Strawdog Theatre‘s new production The Pied Piper, a world premiere based on the classic poem by Robert Browning. The show, which boasts an innovative, physical aesthetic, is directed by Columbia...
Stick Fly
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Pogue, a 2006 graduate of the Columbia College Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, is featured in Stick Fly, running through July 5 at the Windy City Playhouse, 3014 W. Irving Park...
Don't Go Gentle
Haven Theatre Company, co-founded by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni Carol Cohen and Cody Estle, closes its 2014-2015 season with the Chicago premiere of Stephen Belber’s Don’t Go Gentle. The play–about a conservative white judge whose offer of...
Manifest
Columbia College Chicago celebrates the end of the 2014-2015 school year on Friday, May 15, with Manifest, its annual urban arts festival of student work. Manifest, free and open to the general public, is a South Loop showcase of...
The American Revolution
Theater Unspeakable presents The American Revolution, directed by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Marc Frost, running May 7-20 at Victory Gardens Theater, 2433 N. Lincoln, Chicago. In this production, seven actors–confined to a 21-square-foot platform–recreate the American...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni and faculty members are involved in the musical Big Fish at Theatre at the Center in Munster, Indiana. Big Fish–based on the 2003 Tim Burton film of the same title and on the...