Christopher is a performer, voice teacher, and director from Pensacola, Fl currently based out of New York City.
Chris graduated from the University of West Florida with his BFA in Musical Theater. While in school he also attended the International Performing Arts Institute in Munich, Germany. After graduating he spent two years in Cleveland, OH working as an actor and director for various theaters in the area such as: The Cleveland Play House, Cleveland Public Theater, and Dobama. He has resided in NYC for around ten years now and has continued working as an actor, director/choreographer, and teacher for companies in the city and regionally across the country.
As a performer, Chris was most recently on the national/international tour of PJ Masks as the Male Swing for the production touring all across the US, Canada, and Australia. He has also been seen in other Off-Broadway, touring, and regional productions of Newsies, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Jekyll and Hyde, Son of the Prophet, Spamalot, West Side Story, and Grease.
As a director/choreographer, Chris has worked with numerous youth theater companies and local schools throughout the NYC area and regionally putting together productions such as: Hairspray, Seussical, Newsies, All Shook Up, Guys and Dolls, Mary Poppins, and Pippin.
Chris has also begun the process of obtaining his MM in Vocal Performance in Musical Theater and Advanced Certification in Vocal Pedagogy from NYU. As apart of this process he has opened up his own vocal studio (see Voice Teacher page for more information).
Christopher has just recently been accepted into NYU Steinhardt's MM in Vocal Performance in Musical Theater program and will also be receiving his certification in Vocal Pedagogy as well upon completion of the program!
As a part of this program Chris will also be working as an Adjunct Faculty memeber of the NYU Voice Department while also maintaining his own private voice studio.
Christopher was recently elected President of the NYU student chapter of the NATS (Nationals Association of Teachers of Singing) organization.
He also has an upcoming publication in the VOICEPrints Journal for his review of Andrew Byrne's book The Singing Athlete.