Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus and faculty member Brian Shaw (BA ’86) will appear in the second part of the “Cowboys and Vikings Across Chicago Trilogy,” Trials and Trails, presented by Erica Mott Productions as part of Chicago’s...
  The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department is offering a 10 percent discount to Columbia College Chicago alumni who register for a series of workshops in “The Art of Movement at the Service of the Actor” by master teacher...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Joseph Stearns (BA ’98) is featured in the U.S. premiere of Butcher, by Canadian playwright Nicolas Billon. The show runs  September 17-October 24 at Signal Ensemble Theatre, where Stearns, a graduate of Columbia’s...
Haven Theatre Company, whose executive director and co-founder Carol Cohen studied Theatre Design at the  Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, has established “The Director’s Haven,” a showcase for emerging directors. Dedicated to putting early-career directors at the forefront, “The...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni are helping Rasaka Theatre Company, the midwest’s only theatre ensemble illuminating the South Asian American experience, to bring the midwest premiere of Nandita Shenoy’s Washer/Dryer to Chicago September 17-October 11. Kaiser Ahmed (BA...
        Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department Musical Theatre Dance teacher Linda Fortunato is choreographing Monty Python’s Spamalot, the opening show in the 2015-16 season at the Theatre at the Center, located at 1040 Ridge Rd. in...
A crew of Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department teachers, alumni, and students are on board for Nobody’s Wench: Six Tales of Pirate Women on the Rolling Seas, presented by Fury Theatre and Badass Broads September 17-October 4 at Chase...
Raven Theatre‘s Midwest premiere of Direct From Death Row The Scottsboro Boys (An Evening of Vaudeville and Sorrow) employs the talents of current and former Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department students. The production employs vaudeville-style music and dance to...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Behzad Dabu (BFA ’08) is featured in the Goodman Theatre‘s keenly anticipated fall opener — the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Disgraced.  The show begins previews September 12 and opens September 20, running through October...