Michael Stahl-David Archive

The 2017 film LBJ, costarring Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Stahl-David ’05, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, has just been released on Blu-ray and iTunes. Stahl-David costars as American political icon Robert...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s blog “The Green Room” has chronicled the professional activities of our talented and accomplished alumni, faculty, and students over the past year. We covered news as it poured in not only from Chicago but...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Stahl-David ’05, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, stars in two movies opening within a day of each other the first week of November 2017 — the independent...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Stahl-David ’05, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, co-stars as American political icon Robert F. Kennedy in Rob Reiner’s forthcoming film LBJ, due for a November 3 release....
  Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Stahl-David ’05 has landed a role on the Netflix original drug cartel drama Narcos, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the TV industry trade publication. Stahl-David, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s...
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Actor Michael Stahl-David (BA ’05), a graduate of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s BA Program in Acting, visited the Theatre Department on November 20 to facilitate a workshop for students in the acting program. Stahl-David shared his industry...
Michael Stahl-David (BA ’05), a graduate of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s BA Program in Acting, has been cast to play Robert F. Kennedy in Rob Reiner’s forthcoming film LBJ, according to a September 9 report in Deadline.com. The...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus Michael Stahl-David is featured in the Off-Broadway production Buzzer, which opened April 8, 2015, at New York’s prestigious Public Theater. The play by Tracey Scott-Wilson concerns the tense relationship between a black attorney,...