Four lords forswear the sight of women, but which one will break first?
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.
As Leontes, Chris is sucker punched by the green-eyed monster and tailspins into murderous tyranny.
Chris features as an effective non-orator in a staged reading of Shakespeare’s tragedy.
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.
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.