Theatre Archive

The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department launches its 2019-2020 Mainstage Season with SPACE, written by Columbia College alum Keli Garrett ’91 and directed by Theatre Department alumnus and faculty member Brian Shaw ’86, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s...
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 alumnus Victor Holstein ’04, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, is featured in the Chicago premiere of Oslo, the drama that won the 2017 Tony Award for Best Play. The Chicago...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Tia DeShazor ’07, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Musical Theatre, stars in The New Black Leading Lady, a concert of songs with lyrics by DeShazor from three new musicals...
Congratulations to the alumni and faculty of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, the Columbia College Chicago Music Department, and the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago who have been nominated for 2019 Joseph Jefferson Awards, Chicago’s top theatre...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni are in the musical Newsies, running September 4 through October 20 at the Paramount Theatre in Aurora, Illinois. The production features Columbia alums Michael Kurowski ’16 as Crutchie and Koray Tarhan ’13 as...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Michael Brown, co-director of the Theatre Department’s MA/MFA Program in European Devised Performance Practice, is the co-creator of Invitation to a Beheading, a devised work of puppet and mask theatre based on...
Ariel Triunfo, a senior in the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s Musical Theatre Program, is in the cast of Monty Python’s Spamalot, running August 30 through November 3 at the Mercury Theatre, 3733 N. Southport, Chicago. Lovingly ripped off...