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Christine Riley

Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts

Christine Riley – Christine is a Music Director, Vocal Coach and Arranger in NYC. National Tour and NYC Credits include: My Vaudeville Man (The York Theatre), Thoroughly Modern Millie  (National tour), Addy and Uno (currently running at The Kirk), Errol and Fidel, A Moment in Time, a new musical with Stewart F. Lane, Gemini the Musical  (The Acorn), The Quiet Clock (Stage 72), Seesaw (The Connelly Theatre), Count to Ten (Theatre at St. Clements), Flight of the Lawnchair Man (37 Arts), and Mud Donahue and Son (45th Street Theatre). Christine served as the MD for Pangaea, The Servant of Two Masters, Shout! The Mod Musical, Edges, Sweet Charity, Rags, Triumph of Love, Wonderland, and The Boys From Syracuse at Marymount Manhattan College as well as for many regional and university theatre productions including: Romance, Romance (The Glove Theatre), Frankenstein (Casino Rama), Nunsense (Fallsview Casino), Cats; Miss Saigon; Gypsy; Guys and Dolls; Fiddler on the Roof; Honk!; Annie Get Your Gun; The Sound of Music; South Pacific (all for the Prather Entertainment Group); The Who’s Tommy, The Full Monty, The Pajama Game, Urinetown, The Musical, Cabaret, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; Cocoanuts; A Chorus Line; Once Upon a Mattress, and A New Brain. Christine also arranged and conducted a new musical, Caterina’s Son, in Florence, Italy. Ms. Riley received her BM from Ithaca College and an MM from Arizona State University. Proud mom to Scarlett and Natalie.

     

Christine is currently a member of the faculty at Marymount Manhattan College, a musical director for Camp Broadway and maintains a private vocal coaching studio.

In Brief

Christine is currently a member of the faculty at Marymount Manhattan College, a musical director for Camp Broadway and maintains a private vocal coaching studio.

Title/Position

Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts

Department

Theatre Arts

Email

criley@mmm.edu

Phone

212-517-0508

Degree(s)

B.M., Ithaca College

M.M., Arizona State University

Location

Carson Hall 506