Christine E Jones

Adjunct Teacher

B.A. Concordia University, Montreal; MFA, New York University.

On Broadway credits include Hands on a Hardbody, On a Clear DayAmerican Idiot (Tony Award), Everyday RaptureSpring Awakening (Tony Nomination), and The Green Bird, with director Julie Taymor (Drama Desk Nomination). Other credits include:  Let the Right One In, (a stage adaptation of the film),St Anns Warehouse; The Ambassador, a staged concert of Gabriel Kahane's album, BAM; Coraline, adapted from Neil Gaman’s popular book with music by Stephen Merritt, The Book of Longing, music by Philip Glass, based on the poems of Leonard Cohen, (Lincoln Center Festival); The Onion Cellar , which she co-created along with director Marcus Stern and The Dresden Dolls, and for which she won Boston’s Elliot Norton Award for her design which turned the black box theatre into a 360 degree cabaret space;  Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare in the Park); Nocturne (New York Theatre Workshop); Burn This, starring Ed Norton, Ty Burrell, Dallas Roberts and Catherine Keener (Signature Theatre); Debbie Does Dallas (Jane Street Theatre); and True Love (for which she was instrumental in creating The Zipper space infamous for its use of car seats in the audience); Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Pts. 1 & 2, currently running in London (Olivier Award). Opera credits include: Rigoletto (Metropolitan Opera); The Elephant Man (Minnesota Opera); Lucia di Lammermoor (New York City Opera); and Guilio Cesare  (Houston Grand Opera). She directed the immersive circus dinner theatre event QUEEN OF THE NIGHT, which won a Drama Desk Award for best Unique experience and is currently running, and she is the Artistic Director of the critically acclaimed THEATRE FOR ONE, a state of the art mobile performing arts space for one actor and one audience member.  Her work was exhibited in Curtain Call: Celebrating a Century of Women Designers for Live Performance at Lincoln Center Library for Performing Arts.  For achievements in her field she received an Obie Award as well as an Award of Distinction from Concordia University and was Honored at NYU’s Tisch Gala in 2007.