"...one hell of an artist."
Based in the heart of Brooklyn, New York, Christopher is a versatile musical theatre performer with understudy, swing, dance captain, & tumbling abilities. He is proudly represented by FireStarter Entertainment (Jen Cloer).
Favorite credits include Jean-Michel in Cinderella, Buddy the Elf (u/s perf) in Elf the Musical, Tobias Ragg in Sweeney Todd, Prince Eric (u/s perf) in The Little Mermaid, Louis/Franz (u/s perf) in Sunday in the Park with George, Henry in Next to Normal, among others.
Christopher has worked under many distinguishable names like Broadway's Alisa Hauser, Timothy Koch, Kate Wetherhead, Ben Bogen, and more at various regional theatres including Off Broadway's The Players Theatre, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Little Theatre on the Square, Rubber City Theatre, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre, Gulf Coast Symphony, and more.
When not onstage, he has notable award winning choreography experience, as well as social media managing, website building, content creation and more. He is a very proud arts educator focused in arts accessibility, diversity, and inclusion. Additionally he is a freelance writer through DancePlug, Green Captain with Broadway Green Alliance, and a mentor through The Off The Lane Mentorship Program.
Originally from Michigan, he holds a BA Theatre, BA Arts & Humanities, Musical Theatre Minor, Dance Minor from Michigan State University. Previously, he interned at Gulfshore Playhouse as their Education Intern, served as a Brand Ambassador for RWS Entertainment at Storyland NH, and performed as a resident company member at Sierra Repertory Theatre.
For footage, please click here to view his reels and performance highlights!
I am a performer, I am a leader.
I am flame.
I am driven by theatre and storytelling. I find fuel from human connection. I spark with genuine authenticity and ignite relentlessly.
Ever since I can remember, storytelling has flared my path in life. It kindles a blazing feeling inside of me I have never been able to really explain. Theatre fuels the glowing embers of creativity, determination, and ambition deep in my soul.
Storytelling is raw, human connection. We share empathy, culture relativity, social discourse, social change, and morals. Theatre allows stories to illuminate over the human experience, extending connection between shared experiences.
Thus, I strive to spread like wildfire.