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NEWS AND RECENT HISTORY... In 2015 Christopher will play the role of Huey Calhoun in "MEMPHIS"
Starred as "Don" in Rowen Casey's new musical "VALUEVILLE"
Quote from The New York Times review:
"Their boss, Don (a spectacularly perverse Christopher Sutton), transcends stereotype. From the moment he greets the new employee by snapping, "Eddie is a child's name," he is clearly an original. And Donna Lynne Champlin's keen, polished direction presents him as a fully formed monster."-The New York Times
Christopher created the guitar-playing protagonists in two new rock musicals, "Joni Loves Mitchell", and "Four Messages" at Theatre Row Theatres Feb-March/2013
Christopher played Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York in
"HENRY VI, Parts 1-3" at Take Wing and Soar Productions
CHRISTOPHER'S BIO -A New York based award-winning actor and three-time Barrymore Award Nominee for Outstanding Performance by a Leading Actor as Mickey in Blood Brothers and Don in Singin' in the Rain, Christopher Sutton received the Barrymore Award for Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, and is a recipient of the Louis B. Sudler National Prize in the Arts. He played the role of Prince Herbert/Not Dead Fred in the 1st national tour of Monty Python's Spamalot for over 1,200 performances under the direction of Mike Nichols, and created the title role in the World Premiere of Flight of the Lawnchair Man at Goodspeed Opera House and NYMF (Outstanding Actor Award) under the direction of Lynne Taylor-Corbett. Christopher appeared as Jack in David Ives' Ancient History at 45th Street Theatre, and as John in the new play Lola-Lola by Peter Michalos. Other New York credits include I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, and the original casts of Golf: The Musical and The It Girl with Jerry Zaks. Regional credits include: Of Mice and Men (George), Desire Under the Elms (Eben), Odet's Golden Boy (Joe), The Sea Gull (Treplyev), Me and My Girl (Bill), Carousel (Billy), Henry IV pt 1 (Prince Harry), Twelfth Night (Feste), As You Like It (Orlando).