Theatre Technology Archive

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,...
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 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...
Kudos to the alumni, faculty, and current and former students of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, the Columbia College Chicago Communication Department, the Columbia College Chicago Music Department, and the Columbia College Chicago Cinema and Television Arts Department who...
Broken Nose Theatre, a non-Equity company whose ensemble and staff include several Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, presents the Midwest premiere of Yussef El Guindi’s dark comedy Language Rooms. The show opens Monday, April 22, and runs through...
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,...
Chicago playwright, poet, educator, actor, and activist Kristiana Rae Colón is the first recipient of a new residency established by Columbia College Chicago for playwrights whose work demonstrates a commitment to communities of color: the Madeleine Moore Burrell Playwriting...
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...