Marc Christopher is a NYC based actor living in the New Jersey area. He is currently in the Off-Broadway cast of Frankenstein at St. Luke's Theater as the Creature. He recently has been seen at Christmas Town in Busch Gardens Williamsburg as Mr. Fezziwig in Scrooge No More! Regional Theatre credits include Next to Normal (Doctor Fine/Madden), I Love You, You’re Perfect Now Change (Man 2), Guys and Dolls (Big Jule/US Nicely) at Broadway Palm Dinner Theater, Damn Yankees (Mr. VanBuren), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Panch), Singin in the Rain (Production Tenor), and the Regional Premiere of Hands on a Hardbody (Frank Nugent) at Park Playhouse, and Urinetown the Musical with CR Productions (Hot Blades Harry/Old Man Strong). Other notable credits include the Park Playhouse Scholastic Musical Tours of Freedom Train (Overseer/Others) and Pinkalicious (Mr. Pinkerton).
“Marc Christopher, equally hilarious as a murderer and a baby-obsessed gay dad.”
Times Union- Review of I Love, You You’re Perfect... at Playhouse Stage Company (2021)
“Marc Christopher scores again and again with his Dad behind the wheel “On the Highway of Love” a particular favorite.”
Nippertown- Review of I Love, You You’re Perfect... at Playhouse Stage Company (2021)
"Marc Christopher, as Shrek, shoulders the proceedings with a powerful voice and a presence that never threatens even when Shrek tries (there was an occasional whimper from a little one, but almost everyone can tell, thanks to Christopher’s shaded delivery, that Shrek is more bluster than bite)."
Daily Gazette- Review of Shrek the Musical with Home Made Theater
"...And in the role of Franz Leibkind is Marc Christopher, yet another extremely comedic performer whose beautiful and powerful voice does a great job at singing through the score by Brooks."
BroadwayWorld.com- Review of The Producers at SLOC
"Marc Christopher is a go-for-broke clown prince."
Daily Gazette- Review of Urinetown the Musical with CR Productions
"Marc Christopher caught my eye in the several minor roles he assayed, notably Joseph Strong and Hot Blades Harry. A big fellow with a big voice he is light on his feet and defined distinct characterizations for each role so that there was no confusion as to his identity."
-Gail M. Burns
Berkshire on Stage- Review of Urinetown the Musical with CR Productions
Coming up next:
Next To Normal at Fort Salem Theater in Salem NY. July 23- August 1. www.fortsalem.com