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Christopher’s play Dreams of the Washer King premiered Off Broadway at the Playwrights Realm (Backstage Critic’s Pick) and was subsequently produced in LA. Other productions include Couldn’t Say in New York and at Charter Theatre in DC and Some Other Place at Black Dog, also in DC. His plays have been developed at Abingdon in New York, Kitchen Dog in Dallas, RoundHouse in Maryland, HotCity in St. Louis, and at the Last Frontier Theater Conference. He’s been a finalist at the O’Neill Playwrights Conference, Sundance, New Harmony, and other festivals.

His nonfiction has appeared in Longform, the LA Review of Books, The Missouri Review, Poets & Writers, and other publications, and three of his works have been cited as a Notable Essay of the year in the Best American Essays anthology. He was a fellow at the Norman Mailer Center last summer and was interviewed on the Leonard Lopate show in 2007, where he read from his prize-winning essay, “The Size of the Room.”

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