Theatre Technology Archive

The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, located at 72 E. 11th Street in Chicago’s South Loop, will host a day of free performances and exhibits on Friday, May 11, as part of Columbia College Chicago‘s 18th annual Manifest Urban...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department proudly congratulates Broken Nose Theatre on winning the 2018 Broadway in Chicago Emerging Theatre Award from the League of Chicago Theatres, the Chicago theatre industry’s professional advocacy and support organization. Founded in 2012,...
Michael Allen Harris
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Allen Harris ’11, a graduate of the Columbia College Theatre Department’s Acting program, was dubbed “a young playwright on the brink of greatness” by the Chicago Reader in its review of Harris’...
Michael Allen Harris
Kingdom, a new drama by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Allen Harris ’11, receives its world premiere March 2-31 from Chicago’s Broken Nose Theatre. The play centers around an entirely-LGBTQ African-American family living in the shadow of...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department student Nicholas Bader is the company manager for the Summer Repertory Theatre Festival in Santa Rosa, California. Bader, a senior in the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Theatre Technology, worked at Summer Rep last...
Alumni and current students at the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, the Columbia College Chicago Music Department, the Columbia College Chicago Television Department, and the Columbia College Chicago Business and Entrepreneurship Department are collaborating on the world premiere of...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, located at 72 E. 11th Street in Chicago’s South Loop, will host a day of free performances and exhibits on Friday, May 12, as part of Columbia College Chicago‘s 17th annual Manifest Urban...
Alumni of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are on the production team of the world premiere of Dead Children, a new play by Robert Tenges, Assistant Provost for Continuing & Community Education at Columbia College. The production’s set designer,...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, located at 72 E. 11th Street in Chicago’s South Loop, will host a day of free performances on Friday, May 13, as part of Columbia College Chicago‘s 16th annual Manifest Urban Arts Festival....
Alumni of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are involved in the Refuge Theatre Project’s production of High Fidelity, the rock musical based on Nick Hornby’s 1995 novel and on Stephen Frears’ 2000 feature-film adaptation. The show’s ensemble includes...