Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department Archive

Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty member Kendra Thulin is featured in the U.S. premiere of Light Falls, by British playwright Simon Stephens. Presented by Steep Theatre, the show opens July 8 and runs through August 14 at Theater...
Congratulations to the cast and creative team of Kokandy Productions’ Chicago storefront premiere of Cruel Intentions: The ’90 Musical, including several alumni of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department. Due to popular demand, the show has been extended through...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Anna D. Shapiro ’90, HDR ’15, directs the world premiere of the Broadway-bound new musical The Devil Wears Prada by composer Elton John, lyricist Shaina Taub, and playwright Paul Rudnick. The show, based...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums are in the cast and production team of The Playboy of the Western World, the classic Irish comedy by J.M. Synge, presented by City Lit Theatre July 1 through August 14. The show’s...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Ann Delaney ’14, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BFA Program in Musical Theatre Performance, is featured in the world premiere of It Came From Outer Space, a new musical comedy adapted from...
  Congratulations to Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Almanya Narula ’16, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting. Her solo show Noor Inayat Khan: The Forgotten Spy, which she performed June 3 through 26 at...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums are in the cast and production team of the Chicago premiere of Marie Antoinette and the Magical Negroes, running June 30 through July 17 at Raven Theatre, located at 6157 N. Clark in...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department remembers composer, author, and teacher William Russo on the anniversary of his birth. Russo, who founded what is now the Columbia College Chicago Music Department in 1965, was born in Chicago on June...
Abduction, an original science-fiction musical comedy created by Columbia College Chicago alumni T.J. Pieffer ’18 and Brad Kemp ’12, is being presented in a staged reading as a benefit for UNICEF humanitarian support in response to the war in...