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Christopher Windom

Courses: Working with the Director for NYU Practicum

Christopher Windom (Director/Choreographer) was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri and is now based in New York City. Christopher has directed and choreographed at The Vineyard Theatre, The Public Theater Mobile Shakespeare Unit, Guthrie Theater, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Trinity Repertory Company, Signature Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, NYMF, Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre, Maples Repertory Theatre, and Maine State Music Theatre, as well as NYU, Columbia University and Temple University. He choreographed the first staged production of Frozen: Live at the Hyperion for Disney Resorts. He was the Drama League Fellow Assistant Director for the Broadway production of Pippin, directed by Diane Paulus (HAIR, Waitress, Porgy & Bess). He served as the Associate Director for the national tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, directed and choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler (Hamilton, Bandstand). He’s served as assistant director on productions of Ruined directed by Liesl Tommy, (Berkeley Rep, Huntington Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse) and February House directed by Davis McCallum, (Public Theater, Long Wharf Theatre). As a performer Christopher has performed on Broadway and National Tour productions of Fosse and Damn Yankees starring Jerry Lewis. He’s also performed at Paper Mill Playhouse, St. Louis Repertory Theater, STAGES St. Louis, The MUNY, Goodspeed Opera House, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Sacramento Music Circus. He received his MFA from Brown/Trinity Rep, and BFA from Webster University. AWARDS: Dean Goodman Choice Award for Best Choreography, RAGTIME. NYMF, Excellence Award for Choreography, Central Avenue Breakdown. Christopher is a Drama League Fellow and member of SDC.

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