stepped into roles in both, Eastern Standard and Dandelion Wine.
With Interact Theatre Company, Chris was Henrik Egerman in A Little Night Music directed by and starring John Rubinstein. With Amanda McBroom and George Ball he was Anthony Hope in the Gold Coast Play's production of Sweeney Todd. He was also seen in the title role of Pinocchio for the Gold Coast's New Works Series. He has performed such diverse roles as the Emcee in Cabaret, Adolfo Pirelli in Sweeney Todd and Sid Sorokin in Pajama Game. He played Bill Calhoun/Lucentio in Kiss Me, Kate, Older Patrick in Mame, Magaldi in Evita and Perchik in Fiddler on the Roof, all with the Downey Civic Light Opera. With the Riverside Civic Light Opera, he played the roles of Rooster in Annie and Johnny Casino/Teen Angel in Grease.
Prior to moving to California, his performances included Tony in West Side Story, Hero in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and several Opera Memphis productions.
Chris received a Garland
Honorable Mention for his sound design of Suddenly
Last Summer for the Colony's Second Stage and also designed the
sound for the world premiere production of Shadow Hour at the Stella
Adler. He has also stage managed in Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee, Auburn,
New York and here in Los Angeles.