Christine Noah

co-artistic director and member, Board of Directors

Christine Noah is an actor, director, dramaturge, and producer. Originally from Louisville, KY, she is a graduate of Davidson College, where she received a BA in English and theatre and participated in several productions, including Brecht's Galileo, The Little Foxes, A Month in the Country, and Twelfth Night. While at Davidson, she received a grant to devise a piece of theatre with a group of collaborators, who later became The Bullpen Theatre Company, and the collective premiered SparkSource, an immersive devised play. After graduation, she spent some time working in Charlotte, North Carolina, appearing in local productions, most notably Bad Jews at Actor's Theatre of Charlotte, as well as producing work with her own theatre company, The Avant Guardians. She moved to the Boston area in 2016, where she spends her days as a development professional at the A.R.T. and her nights working (and playing) with FPTC.