Sasha Smith Archive

Broken Nose Theatre, a non-Equity company whose ensemble and staff include several Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, presents the Midwest premiere of Yussef El Guindi’s dark comedy Language Rooms. The show opens Monday, April 22, and runs through...
A.C. Smith
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumnus A.C. Smith ’86, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Theatre, is featured in a new production of August Wilson’s drama Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, running February 6 through March 17...
Congratulations to the Columbia College Chicago alumni, faculty, and former students highlighted in Newcity‘s “Players 2019: The Fifty People Who Really Perform for Chicago.” Published January 2, 2019, the Newcity Stage feature saluted 50 influential leaders in Chicago’s performing...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Rinska Carrasco-Prestinary ’10, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Theatre, is directing De Troya, a drama by Caridad Svich that runs May 16 through June 30. Presented by the Halcyon...
Alumni of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s Acting program were singled out for praise in the Chicago Tribune‘s review of the American premiere of Birdland, by Tony Award-winning British playwright Simon Stephens, running through May 12 at Chicago’s Steep...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, students, and faculty members are in the cast and creative/production team of Bertolt Brecht’s 1938 play Fear and Misery in the Third Reich, presented by Haven Theatre Company February 8-March 11 at the...
Caroline Neff
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Caroline Neff ’07, a graduate of the Theatre Department’s BA Program in Acting, is featured in You Got Older, running January 25-March 11 at the internationally acclaimed Steppenwolf Theatre, 1650 N. Halsted, Chicago....
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department faculty and alumni talent is bringing the world premiere of Hinter, by Chicago playwright Calamity West, to the stage of Steep Theatre January 19-March 3. This darkly comic thriller, set in 1922, concerns the...
Faculty members and alums of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are working with Route 66 Theatre Company on the Chicago premiere of the dark comedy A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at...
Pulse Theatre Chicago, a company founded and led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumni, has received national attention for its critically praised new production of Edward Albee’s landmark 1962 drama Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, running through August 20 at City...