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Christopher Tester

Birth Place: Vermont

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I have a great passion for theatre arts, and believe in making the theatre enjoyable and accessible for everyone. I have worked with different theatre and theatrical projects off and on since college. Most recently, I performed in my very first musical ever! I performed as Perchik in Fiddler on the Roof with Lyric Theatre in Oklahoma alongside with fabulous Sandra Mae Frank from Spring Awakening. What a ride that was, to learn to sing (in ASL) and dance at the same time, with choreography was far harder than I expected but a thrilling and rewarding experience. I plan to continue to act along with fellow Deaf actors and non-deaf actors to create a bridge between two languages and two worlds.

I don't only act, I also consult on script for Deaf characters, provide ASL or BSL coaching, translating English script to American Sign Language, and provide training on understanding Deaf role and communications.

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Limited Tickets Remain for BROADWAY BACKWARDS Hosted by Jenn Colella

Only a few seats remain for Broadway Backwards, the star-studded annual evening of reimagined show tunes that share LGBTQ+ love stories. Learn how to purchase tickets.
Julie Benko, Norbert Leo Butz, Joshua Henry and More Set For BROADWAY BACKWARDS

Stars of Broadway and beyond have joined the lineup for this year's Broadway Backwards. Learn more about who is joining the event, set for March 11!
Shoshana Bean, Tituss Burgess, Jordan Fisher, Alex Newell, and More Set For BROADWAY BACKWARDS

The lineup has been announced for Broadway Backwards, which returns on Monday, March 11, 2024. Find out who will be performing at the event here!
Out of the Box Theatrics to Present Building the Box Readings of TRASH by James Caverly and Andrew Merrill

Out of the Box Theatrics will present the first reading of the company’s Building the Box series of new plays. Learn details and see how to purchase tickets!
Photos: Inside Deaf Broadway's Performance of COMPANY

Deaf Broadway performed Company, performed entirely by Deaf actors in American Sign Language, on August 2 at 8 PM at Damrosch Park as part of Lincoln Center's Summer for the City series. Check out photos from the performance here
Deaf Broadway Will Perform COMPANY This Summer, Directed by James Caverly

Deaf Broadway will present Company, performed entirely by Deaf actors in American Sign Language, this summer at Lincoln Center.  The performance is set to take place on August 2 at 8 PM at Damrosch Park as part of Lincoln Center's Summer for the City series.

If you can’t handle two hours of innocence and joy, you might need to skip this one. As for the rest of us, go bathe in the delicious happiness of this sincere and endearing production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA.
Photos: First Look at Sandra Mae Frank & More in ASL & Spoken English Production of CINDERELLA

Get a first look at photos of ZACH Theatre & Deaf Austin Theatre's production of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, playing in The Topfer at ZACH, through March 5, 2023. 
Photos & Video: Go Inside Rehearsals for ASL & Spoken English CINDERELLA at ZACH

Get a first look at rehearsal photos and video of ZACH Theatre and Deaf Austin Theatre's Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella, performed in both American Sign Language (ASL) and spoken English.
Sandra Mae Frank to Star in ASL & Spoken English CINDERELLA

ZACH Theatre in partnership with Deaf Austin Theatre has announced the cast of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella playing January 25 – March 5 at The Topfer at ZACH with a cast and crew of deaf and hearing actors. 
James Caverly, Fred Beam & More to Lead Deaf Broadway's ASL Performance of SWEENEY TODD at Lincoln Center

James Caverly, who recently starred as Harold Hill in Olney Theatre Center's The Music Man will be starring in Deaf Broadway's ASL performance of Sweeney Todd at Lincoln Center's Damrosch Park, as part of Lincoln Center's Summer for the City. 
Deaf Actor James Caverly to Star as Harold Hill in Olney Theatre Center's THE MUSIC MAN

Olney Theatre Center is presenting a revolutionary production of Meredith Willson’s The Music Man that casts a Deaf actor, James Caverly in the lead role of Harold Hill.
BWW Review: THE STRANGE CASE OF JEKYLL & HYDE, Jack Studio Theatre

This take on the familiar tale brings out many of the subtleties of its source material and has much to say about today's world. It is a little too long though.
BWW Review: ONE GIANT LEAP, Jack Studio Theatre

One Giant Leap takes a good set up - a failing sci-fi show asked to fake the moon landings - but loses its way amongst predictable stereotypes and laughs that come few and far between.
BWW Review: DRACULA, Jack Studio Theatre

Ross MacGregor's Dracula needs a transfusion of narrative pace if it is to achieve its considerable (and laudable) ambition.
BWW Review: THE WHITE ROSE - THE STORY OF SOPHIE SCHOLL, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre

The tragic story of a student resistance group in wartime Munich told with skill and commitment by a talented cast.
BWW Review: FRANKENSTEIN, Jack Studio Theatre

Frankenstein, likes its eponymous anti-hero, is often brilliant but flounders on its ambition.
SIGN & SING Presents 2nd Annual Concert at Symphony Space for NY Opera Fest

Will the statue of Venus come alive? Can the vagabond find a travel companion? SIGN & SING'S "EXPLORATIONS" examines three stories of love and travel, reimagining great works of classical music in sung English and American Sign Language.
BWW Review: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, Jack Studio Theatre

Intense and focused, this adaptation of Dostoyevsky's celebrated novel ratchets up the tension without losing the material's intellectual heft.
Photo Coverage: Inside Opening Night of TRIBES at Barrington Stage Company

Barrington Stage Company, the award-winning theatre in Downtown Pittsfield, MA under the leadership of Artistic Director Julianne Boyd and Managing Director Tristan Wilson, presented the regional premiere of Nina Raine's  award-winning play,Tribes last night on the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage and BroadwayWorld was there for the opening night and after party.

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