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Casey Plett ('12) will release her collecion of short stories, A Safe Girl to Love, on September 2, though it is currently available for direct order from the publisher. more
Dave Klasko ('12) and Philip Shinn ('14) join the cast of the Shakespeare in the Park production of King Lear, alongside John Lithgow and Annette Bening. more
Screenwriter Andy Parker's ('11) pilot Stanistan has been greenlit for production by USA Network. more
Sundance Institute announced that four of the 13 projects selected for the Sundance Screenwriting and Directing Labs this June come from School of the Arts Film students. more
On May 6, Rivka Galchen ('06) published her first collection of short stories, entitled American Innovations. In one of these stories, a young woman’s furniture walks out on her. more
Poet Benjamin Miller ('07) released his debut collection of poems, Without Compass, from Four Way Books. more
CUFF 2014 | Creative Producing Pitch Competition more
Film Program alumna Charlotte Glynn's ('13) documentary, Rachel is, will be broadcast nationally on the WORLD Channel's America ReFramed series as well as on PBS stations during the week of May 6. more
The 2014 Tony Award Nominees, announced today, recognize the work of several Columbia School of the Arts Theatre alumni. more
Directing alumna Diane Paulus ('97), current Artistic Director of the American Repertory Theatre and Tony Award winner for Pippin, has been named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People. more
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