Theatre Design Archive

Synapse Arts, a dance-theatre company co-founded and led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Rachel Damon ’05, presents Synapse Arts–New Works, a program that includes performances by Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago alumni. The program takes place Thursday...
Otherworld Theatre Company, an ensemble founded and led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, presents “The Greeks,” a package of two new plays inspired by Greek mythology. The rotating repertory of Medusa Undone and Corona, two modern retellings...
Pulse Theatre Company Chicago, a troupe founded by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, is presenting In the Blood, by Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks. The show is directed by Columbia College alum Aaron Reese Boseman ‘12, a graduate...
Tickets are “Pay What You Can” for Broken Nose Theatre‘s midwest premiere of Girl in the Red Corner, whose production team includes several Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums. The show runs through March 2 at the Den Theatre,...
Congratulations to the Columbia College Chicago alumni, faculty, and former students highlighted in Newcity‘s “Players 2019: The Fifty People Who Really Perform for Chicago.” Published January 2, 2019, the Newcity Stage feature saluted 50 influential leaders in Chicago’s performing...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s blog “The Green Room” has chronicled the professional achievements of our talented and accomplished alumni, faculty, and students over the past year. As we head off for our holiday break, here’s a look back...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni are in the cast and production team of Plainclothes, a world premiere by Broken Nose Theatre that runs November 9 through December 15 at the Den Theatre, 1331 N. Milwaukee, in Chicago’s Wicker...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni are participating in the Haven Theatre‘s fourth annual Director’s Haven, an initiative showcasing the talents of rising directors in Chicago. The project features three one-act plays on one program, each directed by a...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department opens its 2018-2019 Mainstage Season with a rarity: The Penelopiad, Canadian author Margaret Atwood‘s retelling of Homer’s Iliad from the perspective of the women. Performed by an all-female, all-student cast under the direction...
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...