- About Christopher Infantino -
Christopher’s love of musical theatre grew out of years of little league baseball, basketball, soccer, and a lack of hand eye coordination. As a kid if he wasn’t singing with his at home karaoke machine he was likely to be found next to his parents watching the Hello Dolly movie for the tenth time (he’s the youngest of four boys, he had to hog his parents’ attention somehow). Chris grew up in Media PA, a suburb outside Philadelphia, swimming and running whenever he wasn't taking acting class or at voice lessons. Chris attended Westtown School, a Quaker friends school, and took the initiative in its first time involvement with the CAPPIES program. His senior year he won Best Male Vocalist in the Greater Philadelphia CAPPIES. As part of his senior project in high school, Chris traveled abroad to Africa and taught an acting class at Heritage Academy in Ghana for two weeks. There, he learned theater is a universal language and there is no wrong or right way to learn so long as you say yes and commit yourself. Chris has purposely spent a large amount of time during his college career working with theatre companies that are just being formed by young artists. He won Philadelphia Broadway World’s Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for his performance of Cousin Kevin in The Who’s Tommy working with a young theatre company called New Cavern Productions. Christopher received his B.F.A in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory. Currently living in New York City, Christopher teaches Indoor Cycling at Crunch Fitness and TMPL Gym.