Christine is an experienced actor in the regional theatre. She has been a member of Actors' Equity Association since 1999 and received her training at PCPA (Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts), Boston Conservatory, the University of Delaware Professional Theatre Training Program (PTTP) and NYU's Steinhardt School of Education.
She has appeared at the Tony Award-winning Denver Center Theatre Company, Utah Shakespeare Festival and the Public Theater (Off-Broadway) as well as other regional theatres, and she has worked with acclaimed/well-known directors such as Michael Greif, Erica Schmidt, David Ivers, and Laird Williamson.
Favorite roles include Lolita Luna in DOGEATERS, Aldonza in MAN OF LA MANCHA, Lady Macbeth, Kate in TAMING OF THE SHREW, Susie in WIT, Lady/Lord Capulet in ROMEO AND JULIET, multiple characters in her solo piece THE RED THREAD, and Bloody Mary, of course, in SOUTH PACIFIC.
Christine will be making her debut at the Alley Theatre
Director at the Alley, Rob Melrose.
Christine is also very excited to announce that she will be appearing in her first mainstage production this year at the Alley Hubbard Theatre in Kate Hamill's SENSE & SENSIBILITY directed by Adriana Baer. She will be playing Mrs. Dashwood (and other characters) with a diverse and entirely local cast. The show will run from June 5 to July 5.
Here is Christine's resume.
Here is Christine's theatrical comedic demo: