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Alumna Hope Dickson Leach '05 Directs ‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ Hybrid
January 12, 2022

Alumna Hope Dickson Leach '05 is set to direct a hybrid adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel The Strange Case of Dr.

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Alumnus Colm Summers ’21 Assistant Directs ‘Wednesday’
December 13, 2021

Wednesday runs from December 1 through the 10 at New York Live Arts.

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Benita de Wit ’16 Joins 'Six: The Musical' as Resident Director
December 1, 2021

Benita de Wit (they/them) is a non-binary Australian director based in New York.

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Alumni and Faculty Nominated at 2021 Gotham Awards
November 22, 2021

Works by Columbia filmmakers Maggie Gyllenhaal ’99 (CC), Professor of Professional Practice Tom Kalin, Jessica Kingdon ’09 (CC) and Julia Ducournau will be honored at this year’s Gotham Awards in New York City.

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Rebecca Miller Kratzer Directs 'The Drag' at Fordham University
November 22, 2021

Theatre student Rebecca Miller Kratzer is directing Mae West’s The Drag at Fordham University.

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Adam Marple '10 Directs ‘The Skin of Our Teeth’ at The American University
November 16, 2021

Adam Marple is Co-Artistic Director of the internationally recognized Theatre of Others and was Founding Artistic Director of the NYC-based Necessary Theatre Company.

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Directing Thesis Interview: 'The Trojan Women'
November 12, 2021

You chose a very specific setting for this production.

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Columbia Filmmakers Take Home Top Prizes at 2021 CinEast Film Festival
November 12, 2021

Two films by Columbia filmmakers were recognized at the 2021 CinEast film festival.

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Dream Logic: A New 'Hedda Gabler' in Rakesh Palisetty's MFA Directing Thesis
November 8, 2021

“I wanted to go deeper than the intellectual mind,” Directing student Rakesh Palisetty said of his thesis production, Hedda Gabler.

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Alumna Nicole Holofcener '88 Set to Write and Direct 'Beth and Don'
November 5, 2021

“Nicole and Julia are masters of the modern human comedy—stories where we can see our own awkwardness and blind spots in every well-intentioned character.

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