Christie Lynn Devoe

Christie is a fairly recent transplant from NYC who has experience in theater, film, and television. She has performed at venues all over New York City and surrounding areas, including Broadway’s George Gershwin Theatre, Madison Square Garden, the Original Improv Comedy Club, and NJPAC. An eclectic performer, she also spent a large part of her career performing with the sketch comedy troupe, Bathing With Toasters. She loves to pull from the contradictory sides of her refined classical studies and her physical and sometimes ridiculous comedy background to create well-rounded characters. She holds a Master of Music in Musical Theatre Performance and an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy from NYU. She was privileged to study acting with Gene Frankel at the Gene Frankel Theater prior to his passing, and considers his classes a highlight of her training as a performer.

Christie is also a seasoned voice teacher who specializes in working with professional singers who are recovering from vocal injury, a music director and vocal director, and “momager” to Cadence Rotarius, a teen actor here in Seattle. She also runs Play the Part, connecting Broadway Artists to the Seattle performers.

Personal features
  • Job Title: actor, singer, music director, voice teacher, teaching artist
  • Weight: 145
  • Height: 5'2"
  • Hair: currently blonde
  • Eyes: green/blue
  • Vocal Range: F3 - D6
  • Gender Identity: Female
  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Industry: Theatre
  • Main Profession: Actor
  • Age Range: 35 - 45
  • Race or Ethnicity: -
  • Union Affiliation: AEA
  • Side professions: Vocal Coach
  • roller skating
  • excellent sight reader and at singing harmonies
  • cartwheels and basic tumbling
  • piano, basic cello, basic rhythm guitar
  • dialects and impersonations (ask about Donald Duck)
  • works well with children and animals
  • conducting/music directing
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