RECENTLY: Jenna in WAITRESS on tour
Christine was raised in Lynnfield Massachusetts by parents Tom and Ann with her older sister Katie. Christine was always a very active child, always struggling to pay attention to any one thing at a time….until she saw Cinderella at North Shore music theatre at the ripe old age of five.
BROADWAY: Wicked (Elphaba). NATIONAL TOURS: Waitress (Jenna), Finding Neverland (Sylvia Llewellyn Davies), Wicked (Elphaba) and RENT (Maureen). REGIONAL: Murder Ballad (Sara), Tinyard Hill (Aileen), New Hopeville Comics (April), The Who’s Tommy (Tommy), Two Very Dangerous People (Ginny). TELEVISION: Jesus Christ Superstar Live! (NBC) FILM: Sleep No More. Christine’s voice can be heard on Lyons & Pakchar’s debut album #LOVE Live and Ben Roseberry’s solo debut album “The Fractured Years” both available on iTunes. She also had the incredible honor of representing the United States at the Hannover Messe performing for President Obama and Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Christine holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from the Hartt School.
“Christine Dwyer is radiant as Jenna” - KDHX St. Louis
“Dwyer's skills as an actress and singer cannot be overstated.” - BroadwayWorld
“Dwyer is charming and vulnerable and possessed of a gorgeous voice, capable of soaring whimsy and soul-touching sadness.” - Houstonia
“When it comes down to it, the acting is superb.” - BroadwayWorld
“ “She Used to Be Mine,” is heartbreaking and beautifully delivered by Dwyer” - Mercury News
“Christine Dwyer belts her way through it with an urgency that matches my recollections of Ms. Menzel” – New York Times
“Christine Dwyer is giving voice to Elphaba’s pain” – New York Times
“Dwyer doesn’t just nail the glum, glib side of Elphaba, but unleashes the eager little girl beneath. Even in her most theatrical moments, she doesn’t lose a touch of humanness.” – Baltimore Sun
“Dwyer's Sylvia exudes charm and a very Wendy-like strain of courage and maternal warmth” – Chicago Tribune
“...played with notable simplicity and grace by Christine Dwyer” – Chicago Sun Times
“Christine Dwyer is beautiful and strong and vulnerable and tender and absolutely captivating” – Buffalo Rising
"...vibrant voiced rendition of 'What you mean to me' - Talkin' Broadway
"Christine Dwyer nails Maureen." - Chicago Tribune
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