Otherworld Theatre Company , an ensemble founded and led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, is presenting Paragon, a festival of short sci-fi and fantasy plays, on August 22-23 — Saturday, 11 AM to 7 PM, and Sunday,...
Jackalope Theatre Company, a collective founded and led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, presents its 6th Annual Living Newspaper Festival August 19-23. In homage to the 1930s Living Newspapers of the Federal Theatre Project, Jackalope has assembled...
Columbia College Chicago has announced the selection of Miriam Smith as Executive Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving in the Office of Development and Alumni Relations. Chosen through a national search, Smith brings extensive experience in cultivating alumni,...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni are participating in Kafkapalooza, a festival of new plays, running August 14-22 at Collaboraction’s Pentagon Theatre in the Flat Iron Arts Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee, in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood. Presented by the First...
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, faculty, and students are bringing British playwright Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice to the stage of Chicago’s Theater Wit August 14-September 5. Presented by the No Stakes Theater Project,...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumna Gillian Hastings, a graduate of the BA Program in Acting, is organizing “gRACE: A Graceful Dialogue on Race,” scheduled for August 14-16 at various locations in Chicago’s Washington Park/Hyde Park, Bridgeport, Garfield Park,...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni and students appear in The LIVINGroom: Hotheads, an evening of solo performance on Sunday, August 9, at 8 PM. Eight performers offer rants about what they just can’t take any more–and in some...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Marvin Eduardo Quijada, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, is the creator of the Silent Theatre Company‘s new production The Dueling Gentlemen. Described as “a love letter to old...
Alumni of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are part of the design teams for the first two shows on Strawdog Theatre‘s fall schedule. After Miss Julie, British playwright Patrick Marber’s exploration of master/servant sexual politics in 1940s Britain,...