Christina Rene Ross has traversed across the United States, covering ground between the south, northeast and west since leaving her small hometown in Arkansas at 18. After completing her B.A. in Theater at Louisiana State University, Christina attended the prestigious drama conservatory at Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts in New Jersey, where she earned her M.F.A. in Acting in 2005. While at Rutgers, she had the opportunity to study with legendary Master Teachers William Esper and Earle Gister, along with Deborah Hedwall, Catherine Fitzmaurice, Israel Hicks, and Casting Director Pat McCorkle, among others. Christina coached Voice, Speech, and Acting in New York for over four years, and completed several small films before leaving the Big Apple in 2009. She has taught and coached Acting, Voice, Clown, Stage Combat, and Theater History in Graduate, Undergraduate, and K-12 levels. After leaving New York, Christina returned to the south in preparation for a move to the opposite coast, and will arrive in Northern California in the Spring of 2010. Her current focus is on writing, film, voice work, photography, and the continued progression of her acting career.

MSAI Acting Camp

Short documentary/clip about the Acting Camp where I taught in the Mississippi Delta in 2009.



Photography - Other

Curriculum Vitae

Production Pics

A few photos from past productions.

Dracula - Louisiana State University Posted by Picasa

Macbeth Promotional Picture - PassTheHat Theater Posted by Picasa

Vinegar Tom Posted by Picasa

Vinegar Tom - Rutgers University Posted by Picasa

Betty's Summer Vacation - Rutgers University Posted by Picasa

Elephant Man Posted by Picasa

The Elephant Man - Rutgers University Posted by Picasa

Clips - Strung Together