On June 4th 2012 Christy opened in her Broadway debut as Sophie Sheridan in Mamma Mia
at the Winter Garden Theater - NYC.
Christy portrayed the role of Sue Snell in the reimagined MCC Theater off-Broadway
production of Carrie for it's 2011/12 season.
In the fall of 2011 Christy brought to life Jerusha Abbott in the Detroit run of John Caird
and Paul Gordon's new musical Daddy Long Legs .
Christy joined the 1st national touring cast of Spring Awakening as Wendla Bergmann in
the summer of 2008. She took the stage for over 600 performances through 44 cities
across the US and Canada.
Christy is a 2008 graduate of Cincinnati University’s College-Conservatory of Music
(CCM) with a BFA in Musical Theater. While at the university, she played
several roles in CCM and regional productions.
Christy has three independent CDs including an EP entitled After You that was
recorded in the fall of 2008 while on tour with Spring Awakening in Los Angeles. In
addition to the songs on this site, you are able to hear Christy's music on MYSPACE.
While at CCM, Christy had the opportunity to write music for two productions.
Soiled Doves and Anon[ymus]. Soiled Doves started as a drama workshop.
The story revolves around three working women in the old west. Christy wrote the
music and lyrics which helped define the story and brought the characters to life. That
same year, Richard Hess (Chair of CCM drama) asked Christy to write music for CCM’s
main stage drama. It was a play written by Naomi Iizuka called Anon[ymus]. With permission from Naomi, Christy wrote seven songs and took on the role of musical director for the production.
Anon[ymus] won the Cincinnati ACCLAIM award for best play of the season.
The Early Years
From the age of five, Christy performed in Community Theater productions in and around
Bucks County PA. Christy attended Pennsbury High School. She participated in school
theater productions and choirs. From 1999-2004 Christy performed each year at the
International Thespian Festival in Lincoln, Nebraska. In 2004, Christy was an NFAA
(National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts) winner for musical theater.