Stephanie Shaw Archive

  Columbia College Chicago‘s student-powered Manifest Urban Arts Festival makes its digital debut this year, going online for its landmark 20th annual edition May 11 through 15, and the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department will be proudly participating! To...
Alumni, former students, and faculty of the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department are featured as performers, writers, directors, and designers in the 31st annual Rhinoceros Theater Festival (Rhinofest 2020), running January 11 through February 23 at Prop Thtr, 3502...
Mirrorbox Theatre, an Iowa theatre company led by Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Cavan Hallman ’05, presents the Midwest premiere of Future Thinking, by Eliza Clark. The show is directed by Hallman’s former teacher, Columbia College Theatre Department...
The Columbia College Chicago Development and Alumni Relations office reports on its Facebook page that on November 3 and 4, 2018, Columbia College Chicago’s Board of Trustees Chair Bill Wolf, his wife Meredith Bluhm-Wolf, and Columbia College President Kwang-Wu...
The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department and the college’s office of Development and Alumni Relations invite alumni and supporters of Columbia College‘s Theatre Department to the first-ever Columbia College Theatre Reunion Weekend October 19 and 20, 2018. The event...
  The Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department‘s 2017-2018 Mainstage Season resumes Wednesday, February 7, with Dog Act, by Liz Duffy Adams. Directed by Columbia College alumna and Theatre Department faculty member Stephanie Shaw ’92, MFA ’09, the play runs...
    The LIVINGroom, an ensemble of solo writer/performers including alumni and students from the Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department, presents a program of new one-person performances — The LIVINGroom: Dada Solo — on Sunday, November 12 and 19,...
Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alumna and faculty member Stephanie Shaw ’92 is directing a staged reading of the 1977 Italian horror film Suspiria as part of “It Came from the Neo-Futurarium XII: Dawn Of The Neo-Futurarium!,” the Neo-Futurist theatre...
David Cromer
As previously reported in this blog, nationally acclaimed theatre director David Cromer, a former Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department student and faculty member, was an honoree and speaker at the 2017 Columbia College Chicago commencement. Cromer spoke to graduating seniors...
  Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department alum Stephanie Shaw ’92 appears as part of the spoken-word ensemble BoyGirlBoyGirl in Warman’s Practical Orthoepy and Critique, an evening of stories inspired by Professor Edward Barrett Warman’s exceedingly thorough 1887 guide to proper English pronunciation....