She has won one NAIRD Award, two New York Music Awards, four ASCAP composer awards, the Kate Wolf Memorial Award and the 2001 Backstage Bistro Award for Outstanding New York Singer/Songwriter of the Year.Her songs have been performed in concert by such artists as the Dartmouth Decibelles, the Washington D. Gay Men's Chorus, Scottish troubadour Brian Nc Neil, and international chanteuse Andrea Marcovicci.My Name Will Always Be Alice, and her science-based song "If We Had No Moon" will be included in an album of all space-related music to be released by the National Space Society later in 2001.Christine performs 120 concerts per year, a career that continues to take her all over the US, Canada and Australia.Police and the FBI are investigating whether an argument over an online game prompted a hoax call that led to a house where an officer shot and killed a Kansas man who apparently wasn't involved in the dispute.Bay Area residents can expect cool, dry weather over the next several days, including both New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.She has appeared in both featured and guest roles in several series and soap operas, including All My Children and One Life to Live.In film she is best known for her role in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? North, The Night We Never Met, Billy Bathgate, The Gardener and Let it Be You.
(12-29-17)Charlie Hallowell, one of the star chefs and restaurateurs of the Oakland culinary scene, has announced he is stepping down from the day-to-day operations at his three restaurants in the wake of numerous allegations of sexual harassment.
She now performs wireless, enabling her, she says, "to turn any size concert hall into a living room." She also tells stories, twirls glowing batons on stage, and has most recently incorporated a digital phrase sampler into her live concert, enabling her to create improvised lyrics (and intricate vocal harmonies) on the fly.
In her free time Christine writes essays and articles (The Washington Post, The St.
She has performed her one-woman show To Heaven in a Swing, The Last Day in the Life of Louisa May Alcot in New York at the American Place Theatre, York Theatre and Barnard College, as well as in Houston, Amherst, Ivoryton Playhouse, Orchard House in Concord and various other regional theatres.
Her play Buddha, was published in Best Short Plays of 1988.
In regional theatres she has played major roles in over fifty productions, including Portia (The Merchant of Venice), Kate (The Taming of the Shrew), Nina (The Seagull), Yelena (Uncle Vanya), Nora (A Doll's House) and Catherine (Suddenly, Last Summer).