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Christine created, directed, produced, and taught performance courses at the "Martha's Vineyard Singer / Songwriters' Retreat", two month-long events that gathered thirty American songwriters to meet, collaborate, and record new material in September of 19.

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.

On television she was Nabby Adams in the award-winning Adams' Chronicles.

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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).

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.

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 movie credits include Angel Baby, Seconds, Just Between Friends, Clan of the Cave Bear, and I'm Losing You. About Anne, the Clarence Derwent Award for The Balcony, Straw Hat award for And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little and Chicago Critics Award for A Moon for the Misbegotten. She won the Theatre World award for her performance in A Scent of Flowers Off-Broadway in 1969.

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She was also the narrator of The Great War and Shaping of the 20th Century, the acclaimed eight hour mini-series. For several seasons she was a member of New York's Mirror Repertory Company where she played Mary Stuart (Vivat, Viva Regina!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.