Theatre Technology Archive

Broken Nose Theatre, one of Chicago’s premier Pay-What-You-Can theatre companies, is launching its tenth season with an audio adaptation of Kingdom, a drama by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Allen Harris ’11, a graduate of the Columbia...
The 27th annual Michael Merritt Awards for Excellence in Design and Collaboration, a Chicago-based national theatre-industry awards program, will be presented in a free online ceremony on Monday, May 17, 2021, at 6 PM. The awards, administered by the...
  Congratulations to Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Heather Gilbert and former Columbia College Theatre Department student and faculty member David Cromer HDR ’17, who have been nominated for 2020 Tony Awards for their work on the...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department proudly congratulates alumnus Paul Deziel ’14, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s Technical Theatre program, who won the 2020 Joseph Jefferson Award — Chicago’s top theatre award — for his Projection Design for...
Congratulations to the alumni and faculty of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, the Columbia College Chicago Music Department, and the Columbia College Chicago Cinema and Television Arts Department who have been nominated for 2020 Joseph Jefferson Awards, Chicago’s...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums are on the creative/production team of Labyrinth, presented by Broken Nose Theatre January 31 through February 29 at the Den Theatre, located at 1331 N. Milwaukee in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood. This production...
The country musical Always . . . Patsy Cline, which features faculty and former students of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department in its cast and creative team, has been extended due to popular demand at the Den Theatre...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty and alumni are in the cast and creative team of The Color Purple, running September 13 through November 3 at Drury Lane Theatre in the Chicago suburb of Oakbrook Terrace. Columbia College alums...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni are bringing new plays to life in Bechdel Fest 7: Momentum, Broken Nose Theatre‘s seventh annual feminist festival of new short plays featuring an ensemble of female-identifying and non-binary actors talking about things...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Barbara Robertson stars in Firebrand Theatre‘s Chicago premiere of Queen of the Mist, Michael John LaChiusa’s musical about Anna (Annie) Edson Taylor, the first woman to go over Niagara Falls. For tickets,...