CHRISTINE BRUNO is a disability inclusion consultant, advocate, and actor. She received her MFA in acting and directing from the New School, is a member of The Actors Studio and works nationally and internationally as an actor, director, teaching artist, and disability inclusion consultant for the entertainment industry. She sits on the NY Local Board of SAG-AFTRA, is Chair of the NY SAG-AFTRA Performers with Disabilities (PWD) Committee, serves on the SAG-AFTRA National PWD and Actors’ Equity EEOC Committees, and was the Freelance Disability Consultant for the Cultural Plan for the City of New York. Christine served as Disability Advocate for the Tony Honor-winning nonprofit Inclusion in the Arts from 2005 until its closure in December 2017. Her selected acting credits include The Glass Menagerie; world premieres of The Maids (adaptation by Jose Rivera); The Good Daughter; musicals The Ugly Girl and Raspberry (UK tours); and her solo show Screw You, Jimmy Choo!; Law & Order, Hungry, The Homecoming: the musical, Trouble on High, the award-winning independent features Flatbush Luck and This is Where We Live.
Christine was just in a successful run of the world premier of PUBLIC SERVANT by Bekah Brunstetter at Theatre Breaking Through Barriers.
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