By Daniel Johanson firstname.lastname@example.org The annual performance known as Vivid allows the entirety of the Chicago College of Performing Arts to reach across departmental borders to showcase what the university has to offer. Vivid 2014, which will be held April… Read More ›
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By Daniel Johanson email@example.com In addition to the two curricular performances every semester in the Chicago College of Performing Arts, and performances by professors Stacy Garrop and Kyong Mee Choi, the prestigious Lincoln Trio premiered a few works from CCPA… Read More ›
By Ian Kreml firstname.lastname@example.org Daniela Olszewska’s “Citizen J” is not so much poetry as it is a complex set of word riddles, available only to those with the ability to find humor within the subtleties of abstraction. Each poem gives… Read More ›
By Courtney Clark email@example.com Take a break from end-of-semester papers and studying for finals to attend one of many festivals being held in Chicago this spring. From improv to tattoos to bacon, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
By Daniel Johanson firstname.lastname@example.org The Chicago College of Performing Arts’ Theatre Conservatory put together a performance of songs that exemplify the current theatrical climate. The performance, entitled “Sing Your Own Song,” consisted of material that made its Chicago debut on… Read More ›