Christopher Michael


Christopher Michael (he/him/his) is an EMC musical theatre performer and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. As an actor, singer, dancer, tumbler, dance captain, and swing, Christopher has performed regionally in Michigan, Ohio, New Hampshire, Florida, New York and Pennsylvania! Favorite credits include Henry in Next to Normal (Gulf Coast Symphony), Swing (perf.)/Shellhammer + Sawyer cover in Miracle on 34th Street (Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre) Tam/Dance Captain in The Big Test (LEGOLAND NY Resort), and Warren in Ordinary Days (MSU Second Stage). When not onstage, Christopher is a freelance writer, working remotely as an editor, content creator, and peer reviewer. Additionally, Christopher is a passionate arts educator focused in improving arts accessibility to under-represented communities.

Born and raised in Troy, MI, Christopher began performing at ten years old, and fell in love with musical theatre from the very beginning. He performed in countless musicals with community theatres across the Metro-Detroit area and went on to attend a performing arts high school. Christopher attended Michigan State University, attaining Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Theatre and Arts & Humanities, as well as minors in Musical Theatre and Dance. Aside from countless performance opportunities in musical theatre and dance, he assisted many productions as assistant choreographer, director, and dance captain. Christopher’s final thesis project included writing and conceiving Recovery, a new musical focused on drama therapy techniques. Graciously, he owes much of his professional success to his voice teacher and mentor, Broadway’s Alisa Hauser.

“For beautiful to happen, the beautiful has got to be seen.” Ordinary Days by Adam Gwon


  • chrismichx@gmail.com