Singer-songwriter Jess Godwin, a Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department graduate and now a teacher in the department’s Theatre Foundation Core, has released her newest music video, “Fool Me Once“–the latest installment of her ongoing Godwin Anthology Project, a 12-part...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department has been invited to participate in the 2015 International Voices Project, a series of staged readings of the work of international playwrights in English translations presented at Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago. On Monday,...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department teachers, students, and alumni are keeping busy as the spring 2015 season kicks into high gear. Theatre Department faculty member and alumnus Brian Shaw (left) plays Clov in The Hypocrites‘ new production of Samuel Beckett’s absurdist...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Rob Colletti is back in Chicago with the national company of The Book of Mormon, running February 25-May 17 at the Bank of America Theatre. Rob, who’s now based in New York, is the standby...
Michael Ryczek
Columbia College Theatre Department academic manager and directing teacher Michael Ryczek is directing a fully staged workshop of Chicago playwright Susan Lieberman’s Netta at Ninety, running Monday-Wednesday, February 23-25, at Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark, Chicago. The workshop is part of...
Columbia College Theatre Department alumnus Jon Martinez, assisted by fellow alumnus Joseph Kuchey, choreographed the dances for Bailiwick Chicago’s “Chicago Casting Audition Production” of the classic musical comedy Wonderful Town, running February 23-28 at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont,...
Chicago’s Theater Wit has extended its hit production of Mr. Burns, a post-electric play, Anne Washburn’s comedy/drama/musical about a post-apocalyptic world comforted by memories of The Simpsons. The show’s production team includes Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Andra Velis...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member/alumnus Jason Epperson is in New York today for the Off-Broadway debut of Churchill, a new one-man play adapted and performed by Chicago actor Ronald Keaton. The show is co-produced by Chicago’s Greenhouse Theater...
Open Door Theater’s The Marvelous Wonderettes, whose cast and creative/production team include several Columbia College faculty, students, and alumni, got a glowing review from Oakpark.com blogger Doug Deuchler. “If you’re looking for a night out that is pure escapism,...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre alumnus Behzad Dabu (pictured, center) won glowing reviews for his performance in Samsara, now receiving its world premiere at Chicago’s acclaimed Victory Gardens Theater. The comedy by Lauren Yee concerns a white American couple who are...