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A Cozy Christmas with Christiana Cole

Come celebrate the season with friends, at the album release party for “A Cozy Christmas with Christiana Cole,” Christiana’s new album of eight sacred and secular Christmas favorites. Andy Roninson‘s world-class jazz piano playing is the perfect match to Christiana’s warm and velvety voice, with fresh piano arrangements on nearly every tune. With additional orchestrations […]

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Christiana Cole reprises the role of Jennie/Levi in The UnCivil Ones at EAT

Christiana Cole rejoins the cast of The UnCivil Ones (formerly Mary Walker Wears What She Wants) in a special benefit performance honoring Emerging Artists Theatre. The UnCivil Ones is by Christian Duhamel (book/lyrics/original concept), Ayumi Okada (music), and Charissa Bertels (additional book/original concept). “During the American Civil War, one of the nation’s first female surgeons, […]

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Christiana Cole sings Fleitman & Bassett for Tom Kitt at City Center

Christiana Cole will sing “Isn’t It Nice?” from The Average-Sized Mermaid by writing team Jessica Fleitman and Rick Bassett at NY City Center. This composition master class with Tom Kitt (Next to Normal, If/Then) is designed for emerging composers and lyricists, challenging them to tell new stories in musical theater. THE ORIGINAL MUSICALS OF TOMORROW […]

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Christiana Cole joins new musical “Pecker” based on John Waters’ film

Christiana Cole joins the cast of the new musical “Pecker,” with book by Owen Robertson and songs by Alan Cancelino. “Pecker” is based on the autobiographical film of same name by John Waters. The industry reading is directed by Jeff Calhoun (director of “Jekyll and Hyde,” “Newsies,” “Bonnie and Clyde” and “Grey Gardens” on Broadway), […]

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Christiana Cole sings “Across a Crowded Room” at Lincoln Center

The Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts presents “Across a Crowded Room.” Teams of emerging theater makers will present live performances of their newly written, twenty-minute musicals, featuring professional actors. Christiana Cole joins as a starring performer of a new musical, “Descending,” by BJ Gandolfo and Rachael Migler. The event is free. For more […]

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Christiana Cole sings for songwriters & Kirsten Childs at NYMF

Christiana Cole will be a featured performer at the Kirsten Childs musical theatre songwriting workshop at New York Musical Festival (NYMF) 2018. Christiana lent her talents to the master class in previous years, when it featured Brian Lowdermilk (The Bad Years, Henry & Mudge) (2017), Ryan Scott Oliver (35MM, Jasper in Deadland) (2016) and Laurence […]

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Christiana Cole in readings of “The Lady Scribblers,” “The Book Thief” and “Mary Walker Wears What She Wants”

Christiana is having a very busy spring, with three readings on their plate over the next two weeks. THE LADY SCRIBBLERS at the Drama League, Tuesday March 27 at 7:30pm. A reading of a new period comedy by Michaela Goldhaber, directed by Pat Diamond. Christiana plays Anne Bracegirdle, the premier comedienne of Restoration Comedy in […]

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Christiana Cole sings new musical theatre at the annual BMI Smoker

BMI favorite Christiana Cole will be one of the featured performers at the BMI Smoker on Thursday, March 8 at 5pm.  The BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop is widely regarded as the premiere training ground for emerging musical theatre composers, lyricists, and librettists. Since the inception of the workshop in 1961 a great number of […]

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Christiana Cole sings “Memory” LIVE at Feinstein’s/54 Below

Christiana Cole was honored to join Broadway legends Bill Hutton, Cady Huffman and more in a benefit concert for the Jessica Rekos Foundation, on Nov. 2, 2017 at Feinstein’s/54 Below. Christiana sang “Memory” from CATS, with Alexander Rovang on piano.

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Christiana Cole sings the work of Michael R. Jackson, Katya Stanislavskaya, Sukari Jones and Troy Anthony in October

October 15: Christiana Cole will perform “I’m Just a Girl” from Going South, with words and music by Katya Stanislavskaya, at 7Songwriters: Witchy Women, a cabaret of musical theatre and art song written by women. Going South shines a light on outdated and outrageous laws on divorce, discrimination, gender/bathroom issues, and campus rape in today’s American […]

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