Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department Archive

Columbia College Chicago will host “Social Justice and Creative Practice: The Power of the Creative Voice in Advancing Social Change,” an online conversation with renowned playwright, actor, director, activist, educator, and Columbia College honorary degree recipient Regina Taylor HDR...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s 2020-2021 Mainstage Season continues April 14 through 17 with Tales of Berlin, a live, site-specific, immersive theatrical event that takes the audience on a journey through WWII Berlin – the music, the dance,...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Victor Holstein ’04, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, guest-stars on NBC’s Chicago P.D. this Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Holstein is featured in an episode titled Signs of Violence. It’s...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Lukas Brasherfons ’14 is the director and adaptor of the Shakespearean Youth Theatre Dream Project‘s new rendition of Troilus & Cressida, William Shakespeare’s 1602 romance set during the Trojan War. The online audio...
Congratulations to the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department and Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago alumni whose work was celebrated in the 2020 Arts & Culture poll in the Chicago Reader‘s annual “Best of Chicago” issue dated March 17,...
“A central tenet of the Comedy Writing and Performance major at the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department is the idea of comedy cross-training, thinking about comedy from multiple perspectives (writing, directing, performing) across mediums,” says Theatre Department Assistant Professor...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department has announced the remainder of its 2020-2021 Mainstage Season — an exciting mix of in-person and virtual student-performed productions, starting with Are You There God, It’s Me, Katniss Everdeen, running March 24 through...
That was Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Aidy Bryant ’09, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting and now a regular cast member on Saturday Night Live, portraying Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas on...
Prominent trans advocate and Columbia College Chicago alum Precious Brady-Davis ’13, who graduated from Columbia College with an Interdisciplinary BA in Theatre and Liberal Education, has written a memoir, I Have Always Been Me, which is scheduled for hardcover...