The Pulitzer Prize-winning play Disgraced, written by Film Program alumnus Ayad Akhtar ('02), will return to New York this fall in a Broadway production. The show, directed by Kimberly Senior, will be presented at the Lincoln Center Theatre. Tickets are available online and by phone starting September 6.
Film Program alumna Alexandra (Alex) Sichel ('95) died peacefully at home on June 23rd after three years of living with breast cancer. Born July 31st, 1963, Alex was raised in Manhattan and Watermill, NY.
HARLEM WEEK, INC., New Heritage Theatre Group, National Black Theatre and Columbia University School of the Arts Office of Community Outreach & Education, are pleased to announce “The Year of James Baldwin: A 90th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION” (1924-1987).more
When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the primetime Emmy Award nominations, three Columbia University School of the Arts alumni were recognized for their outstanding work in television. The three shows they worked on garnered 30 nominations and six wins in total.
On July 7 it was announced that a new musical stage adaptation of the classic film Black Orpheus is being readied for Broadway with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and recent addition to the School of the Arts Theatre Program faculty, Lmore
On July 8, Catherine Lacey ('10) publishes her first novel, Nobody is Ever Missing (FSG), which centers around Elyria, who without telling her family, takes a one-way flight to New Zealand, abruptly leaving her stable but unfulfilling life in Manhattan.more