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.
The Artistic Home just released a new creepy-awesome trailer for Macbeth, for which I am the assistant director and text coach.
Satire of the casting process will bow this month at the SF IndieFest in San Francisco and the Beloit International Film Festival in Wisconsin.
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.