Christine Andreas’ shows in NY at Feinsteins’ 54Below Love Is Good, be-Mused, Cafe Society, and most recently Piaf, No Regrets had the NY Times accusing her of “…electrifying her audiences, transforming them with pure alchemy and delicately killing with the sheer beauty of her voice….”
On Broadway, this multiple-award-winning singer, actress, and two-time
Tony nominee starred as Jacqueline in the recent revival of La Cage aux Folles with Kelsey Grammer, and created the role of Marguerite St. Just in The Scarlet Pimpernel. She captured theatergoers’ hearts as Eliza Doolittle in the 20th anniversary production of My Fair Lady (Theatre World Award), Oklahoma! (Tony Nomination) and On Your Toes (Tony Nomination). National audiences remember her portrayal of Margaret Johnson in a much-acclaimed national tour of The Light in the Piazza…..(more great stuff on the website below).
Concerts include Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Café Carlyle & Feinstein’s 54 Below, garnering her the prestigious Mabel Mercer award and the 2016 Bistro Award for Ongoing Artistry in Concert and Cabaret. She has also worked with major symphonies nationwide.
Television credits include Law & Order: SVU, The Cosby Show, PBS’ Musical Comedy Tonight, Taylor Benson in Another World, and Ava Gardner in Fox’s mini-series Mia, Child of Hollywood.
Collaboration with her husband, Grammy nominated producer & composer Martin Silvestri and writer Joel Higgins led to her West End debut starring in their musical The Fields of Ambrosia, followed by concerts in London, Paris, Rome, Australia and the White House. These concerts were the basis for her award-winning CDs: Love is Good, Here’s to the Ladies and The Carlyle Set.
Her most recent show, PIAF-No Regrets was recorded in London w/a 36-piece orchestra and is now available both on CD and in a limited edition collectors vinyl release. This much lauded show is now being presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals, so check her schedule on the website below and look for her in a performing arts center near you!
“The most thrilling rendition of ‘La Vie en Rose’ this side of Edith Piaf..”
The New York Times
Header photo credit Stacy Sullivan