Columbia College Chicago Archive

Alumni and faculty members of Columbia College Chicago are in the cast and creative team for Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s remount of Bug, the creepy-crawly psychological thriller by Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning Steppenwolf ensemble member Tracy Letts. The show...
Students at the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are featured in an upcoming episode of The College Tour, a TV series streaming on Amazon Prime that provides an inside look into college campuses around the world, making it accessible...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alums Preston Max Allen ’13 and Jayae Riley Jr. ’16 will join a discussion on “Flipping the Script: How to Thrive as a Trans, Gender Nonconforming, or Nonbinary Performer,” presented by Columbia College Chicago...
Columbia College Chicago alumni are in the cast and production team of the Chicago premiere of 4000 Days, running October 1 through 31 at Chicago’s LGBTQ-focused PrideArts theatre company. PrideArts’ artistic director — Columbia alum Jay Españo MFA ’16,...
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 being published July...
Columbia College Chicago alum Hannah Ii-Epstein ’15, a graduate of the college’s fiction writing program, has been selected as one of two recipients of a new grant presented by Chicago’s About Face Theatre to support the creative work of local...
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...
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...
Columbia College Chicago alum Tonya Pinkins ’96 — Tony Award-winning star of such Broadway musicals as Caroline, or Change and Jelly’s Last Jam — will co-star in ABC’s upcoming limited series The Women of the Movement, according to a...