Christine Marie Brown received her MFA from the Old Globe Theatre. In New York, she made her Broadway debut in the Tony-award winning production of William Shakespeare's Henry IV, directed by Tony-winner Jack O'Brien and starring Kevin Kline, Ethan Hawke and Audra MacDonald. She has also appeared Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons and in an award-winning production of Harold Pinter's Ashes to Ashes. Nationally, she has appeared at The Guthrie, The Old Globe, South Coast Rep, Baltimore Centerstage, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Buffalo Studio Arena, Shakespeare & Company, American Shakespeare Center, Kansas City Rep and TUTA Theatre Company in Chicago. Seattle stage work includes performances with Seattle Rep, Seattle Shakespeare Company, ACT, 14/48 Festival, Endangered Species Project, Sandbox Radio, Mirrorstage & NPA. Film work includes the shorts Double Knots, Short Ride in a Fast Machine and the Seattle-based Wyatt's Day Out. As a director, she collaborated for 3 years on The Nebraska Dispatches, an original solo show by award-winning playwright Christopher Cartmill, which has been performed in New York City, The Omaha Nation, Lincoln, NE, Lexington, VA and The Kennedy Center. The University of Nebraska Press published it as a book in September 2010. Associate Member, TUTA (Chicago). Christine is a member of AEA & SAG-AFTRA.