Christine Morris

At Triad Stage since 2006, where coaching has included dialects for The Glass Menagerie, Shipwrecked, Snow Queen, Dirty Blonde, Abundance and many others, and voice/text for All’s Well That Ends Well. Other coaching: A Thousand Clowns (starring Tom Selleck); Kudzu (with The Red Clay Ramblers); and Sheridan’s The Critic at American Players Theatre in Wisconsin. Also an actor, she was most recently seen at Triad Stage as “Mrs. Rogers” in And Then There Were None. Other roles at Triad Stage include “Dr. Mildred Grant” in Actions and Objectives; “Silda Grauman” in Other Desert Cities, “Taw Avery” in New Music: Better Days, “Cordie Grindstaff” in Providence Gap; “Marthy Owen” in Anna Christie and “Mme. Pernelle” in Tartuffe. In 2017 she performed in the inaugural season of North Carolina Summer Rep, doubling as “Old Lady/Blair Daniels” in Sunday in the Park with George in Concert. Christine is an Associate Professor of Theatre at UNCG and holds memberships in the Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA).