Brian Shaw Archive

Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumna and faculty member Stephanie Shaw ’92 is directing a staged reading of the 1977 Italian horror film Suspiria as part of “It Came from the Neo-Futurarium XII: Dawn Of The Neo-Futurarium!,” the Neo-Futurist theatre...
For the final production of its 2016-2017 Mainstage Season, the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department is collaborating with the Columbia College Television Department on Fefu and Her Friends, by acclaimed Cuban-American playwright María Irene Fornés. The show — a...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus and faculty member Brian Shaw ’86, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Theatre, is featured in Jim Lehrer and the Theater and Its Double and Jim Lehrer’s Double, a new...
  The Network of Ensemble Theatres‘ 2016 national symposium, “Intersection: Ensembles + Universities,” presented in partnership with Columbia College Chicago and the League of Chicago Theatres, was held May 20-22 at various locations on Columbia College Chicago’s campus in...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus and professor Brian Shaw (BA ’86), a graduate of the Theatre Department’s Theatre BA program, is a guest performer in the new dance/theatre work RockCitizen, presented by The Seldoms, a Chicago-based ensemble founded...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department continues its faculty and student exchange program with England’s Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance with a production of Lion in the Streets, by Canadian playwright Judith Thompson, running March 17-19 at...
Actor-director Brian Shaw (BA ’86), a Columbia College Chicago graduate and a professor in Columbia’s Theatre Department, has directed a short film, Four Monologues, now available as a free iTunes app. The film was developed from an artist’s book...
  The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department is proud to present Glockenspiel, written and directed by Visiting Professor Steven Dykes from Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance in the United Kingdom. With a cast and crew of Columbia...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department hosted a reception on Monday, September 28, to celebrate the legacy of the late Sheldon Patinkin–teacher, director, friend, and mentor to thousands of theatre artists around the world, and longtime chair of the...