«Christine was spectacular and so was the band - standing ovations at the end and audience raves- a great night!»
Axelrod Performing Arts Center, Deal NJ
Having recently starred for 3 seasons on TBS’s comedy hit, Sullivan and Sons, Christine Ebersole has spent 2015-2016 touring across the country in her concert Big Noise From Winnetka to sold out audiences and great acclaim.
In fall 2016, Christine’s her new concert, AFTER THE BALL premiers at New York’s famed Café Carlyle.
Christine has toured the country performing in concert… from The Kennedy Center to Carnegie Hall. Her yearly engagements have entertained audiences at 54 Below, The Carlyle, Feinstein’s and hundreds or Performing Arts Centers and theaters across the country. Christine has joined such well respected symphonies as The Pasadena Pops, The Boston Pops and The New York Pops. On television, Christine has been seen in many specials, from the annual Kennedy Center Honors to The San Francisco Symphony concert at Carnegie Hall (2008 PBS Special) and PBS multiple TV specials, including New Years Eve from new newly reopened Rainbow Room
Anyone who has been following Christine Ebersole in recent years will hardly be surprised by her show. Ebersole moves into the house of Short, Kitt, Cook and Stritch with total assurance, serving up a dazzling set that mixes jazzy singing with comedy, personality and a serious moment or two.
«There's a Zen to acting, by being in the moment. That's where the power is»
In 2016, she joined Patti Lupone in War Paint, a new American Musical, written and directed from the Grey Gardens team. A native of Winnetka, Illinois, Christine Ebersole won The 2007 Tony Award for Outstanding Actress in the «role of a lifetime» as Edie Beale in the acclaimed Tony Nominated Broadway Musical GREY GARDENS. Lauded with virtually every Off-Broadway theater award when it premiered at Playwrights Horizon, GREY GARDENS went on to pack its Broadway theater for over a year, with every theater critic praising Christine’s bravura performance.
Christine followed Grey with the Broadway production of BLITHE SPIRIT opposite Angela Lansbury and Rupert Everett.
In past theater seasons, Christine has won critical acclaim as well as the Outer Critics Circle Award and the Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, for her portrayal of Dorothy Brock in the 2000 revival of 42nd STREET.
The following season, she starred in Broadway's DINNER AT EIGHT, garnering a Tony Award nomination. In 2005, Christine starred on Broadway in STEEL MAGNOLIA’S. On Television, Christine has been a regular on Retired at 35, USA’s hit TV series, Royal Pains, appeared in Boston Legal, Law and Order, SVU, guest starring roles on Lipstick Jungle and Cashmere Mafia and played Samantha’s aunt in ABC’s Samantha Who. Other TV appearances include a Not Ready for Prime Time player on Saturday Night Live, Bette Midler's Gypsy, Mary & Rhoda, Platinum with Diana Ross, Will & Grace,Murphy Brown and a recurring role on the WB series RELATED in addition to appearances on The Today Show, The View and The Colbert Report.
Film work includes the recent Wolf of Wall Street, Confessions of a Shopaholic, Tootsie, Amadeus, Black Sheep, Dead Again, My Favorite Martian, My Girl II, Folks! and Richie Rich.
Christine has released 4 CD’s, including her CD celebrating Noel Coward and her latest CD, Strings Attached.