Chris features as an effective non-orator in a staged reading of Shakespeare’s tragedy.
Chris becomes a stage manager for the Shakespeare Project’s benefit staging of the Pink Floyd-inspired comedy.
Chris appears in excerpts from early-American comedy The Contrast and a new work about controversial Puritan Anne Hutchinson. The Shakespeare Project of Chicago reading is June 20 at 8pm. Tickets are $10.
It’s been a busy late spring for Chris. In addition to directing a short play for The Artistic Home, he shot two short films in Chicago.
Chris directs John Servilio’s short play for The Artistic Home’s one-act festival.
Chris plays the revenger of the title, Vindice, for The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. All perfs, April 24-26, are free!
Chris returns to Chicago Dramatists in a public reading of Scott Woldman’s new black comedy, Interrogation.
Chris returns to Prokofiev and debuts with the Peoria Symphony Orchestra for a program of music based on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Chris plays Cleopatra’s right-hand man, Alexas, for Illinois Shakes.
Chris stars as Ned, the acclaimed male interpeter of Shakespeare’s heroines, at the Illinois Shakespeare Festival.