Chrysten played the supporting role of adoptive mom, Dianne, to Lindsey (Emily Borromeo) and Amber (Lisa Helmi Johanson) in the new musical Feathers on the Wind at the NYU Graduate Music Theatre Writing Program! Book/Lyrics by Fish Cui and Music by Sean Pallatroni.
In just a few days, my theater company's second show (and my DIRECTORIAL DEBUT!) will be performing in Brooklyn!
After you’re finished brunching in Brooklyn, join Siren & Sailor Theatre Co. for the first ever BARD & BOOZE! It’s a super-fun drinking game set to the text of the world’s greatest playwrights! For our first iteration, who better than the Bard of Avon himself – SHAKESPEARE! A group of talented actors will present Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, while working hard to get you buzzed enough to forget that tomorrow is Monday!
Sunday, April 7
Freddy's Bar & Backroom
627 5th Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
NO COVER! 21 & OVER!
We will be passing the hat to help raise funds for our next production, so please remember to tip your bartenders AND your actors!
Chrysten will be producing and starring as Jen in Andrew Lippa's John & Jen!
Performances are August 30th at 8PM, August 31st at 8PM, September 1st at 8PM and September 2 at 3PM at the American Theatre of Actors (Beckmann Theatre)!
Click here to purchase tickets or to donate to SASTC's fundraiser:
I'll be singing a 20 min. solo set at the 86th St. Stage this Saturday, December 3rd at 2:40PM! Bring your friends, do some shopping and help raise money for a really great cause! Happy Holidays, everyone!
What makes an idol and and what makes an icon? How do they differ? What does that difference mean? In her second solo cabaret show, Broadway World Award Winner Chrysten Peddie returns to the Metropolitan Room to explore just that. Featuring a blend of pop, rock, sacred music and musical theatre, Chrysten Peddie will take you on a personal and poignant musical journey, examining her musical roots and discovering what it means to be an idol or an icon.
Chrysten Peddie has been performing professionally in NY and on regional stages for the past 15 years. Since her cabaret debut back in 2013, she has been a regular at the Metropolitan Room. She has appeared on the Metropolitan Room stage as a part of Broadway on 22nd Street, It's Only Love, Gone too Soon: A Tribute to Whitney Houston, and most recently Gone too Soon: A Tribute to Karen Carpenter. Other cabaret venues include Stage 72, the Laurie Beechman Theatre and Joe's Pub. She debuted her first solo cabaret show, TOO DAMN TALL, last year at Metropolitan Room and received glowing reviews as well as the Broadway World Award for Best Cabaret Debut! "Displaying great comic timing and killer vocals...Peddie wins you over with her onstage charm and intelligence." - Billie Roe, Broadway World.com
Visit http://metropolitanroom.com/event.cfm?id=214870&cart for tickets!