Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department Archive

Oklahoma!
The performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! at the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department on Saturday, March 14, at 7 PM, is a benefit for Columbia’s Musical Theatre Scholarships program. Tickets for the benefit performance are $5-$15. Proceeds from the show...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s Spring 2015 Mainstage Musical — the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic Oklahoma! — opens Wednesday, March 11, at 6:30 PM at the Getz Theatre of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Center, 72 E. 11th St....
Sam Bailey in "You're So Talented"
Alumni of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre, Cinema Art + Science, and Education departments have joined forces to launch a new Web series, You’re So Talented, which premieres Wednesday, March 11. Presented by Open TV, and produced in association with...
 Several Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni and students are involved in Runcible Theatre Company’s staging of British playwright Howard Barker’s rarely-seen Scenes from an Execution, the tale of a 16th-century Italian painter’s clash with religious and secular authorities over...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus and teacher Eric Burgher has launched Under the Lights, a new podcast highlighting the work of Chicago artists–actors, directors, writers, musicians, improvisers, performance artists, casting directors, and others. Each episode of the podcast...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Kimberly Senior‘s new staging of The Diary of Anne Frank for Writers Theatre in Glencoe has received glowing reviews. Chicago Tribune critic Chris Jones praised Senior for delivering a “truthful, deeply engaged...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumna Anna D. Shapiro‘s latest Broadway directing effort–the premiere of Fish in the Dark, written by and starring Larry (Curb Your Enthusiasm) David–opens tonight (Thursday, March 5). Anna told USA Today that “I totally panicked” when...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department student Michael Kurowski was singled out by Time Out Chicago theatre critic Kris Vire in his review  of Jackalope Theatre’s Four, running through March 28 at Broadway Armory Park, 5917 N. Broadway, Chicago. “Jackalope finds quiet fireworks...