Chris turns on the motley in this J.R. Sullivan-helmed production.
Chris makes his debut with Artemisia, a Chicago Theatre, with a reading of The Malta Play. Kirsten Ebsen‘s play is part of the Artemisia Fall Festival 2017, which features six women-empowered works. Based on actual events, The Malta Play depicts two British Quaker women who survive imprisonment by the Inquisition on the island of Malta. […]
The Poet and the Martyr
This fall Chris plays two Catholic priests united in their faith, wholly different in their approach.
Four lords forswear the sight of women, but which one will break first?
The short film will be distributed internationally and on TV this summer
In a new twist, Chris plays the romantic hero and doesn’t order the murder in this one
The Bastard becomes a hero, and de facto king.
Chris joined the cast of My Name Is Will for a public reading November 20 at the Morton Grove Public Library. My Name Is Will, adapted and directed by Peter Garino, features four actors performing a collection of Shakespeare’s sonnets and songs (composed by Chris Walz). The Shakespeare Project of Chicago cast featured Chris opposite […]
A reading of Paul Lewis’s new play The Names, concerning a Jewish opera star defending her sister in the Resistance.