Played an innocent schoolgirl, a dominatrix in housewife’s clothes, and a flirty abortion nurse in “The Road to Ruin”, produced by the New York Musical Theatre Festival. www.nymf.org. The show ran September 18- October 1 at the 45th Street Theater.
“Played with delicious comic overstatement by Christy McIntosh, Clea is just bristling with injured dignity, compromising positions notwithstanding.” Click here for the full NY Times Review.
Christy spent a summer at Barrington Stage Company’s workshop of Kirsten Child’s (“The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin”) new musical, “Funked Up Fairy Tales”. Directed by Kevin Del Aguila (“Altar Boyz”) and produced by William Finn (“…Spelling Bee”), the musical offered twisted takes on three classic fairy tales. The show ran from July 31 and was extended to August 18, 2007. More Info: www.barringtonstageco.org
Christy portrayed Natalya Pushkin in the staged reading of Jonathan Leaf’s new play ,”Pushkin”, about the infamous Russian poet. “Radio Golf” star Harry Lennix portrayed the titular role.
Christy appeared off-Broadway in “Evil Dead the Musical” playing dual roles: Annie the Archaeologist and Shelly the ditzy blond girlfriend-turned zombie. www.evildeadthemusical.com
Christy appeared in the off-Broadway comedy “The Truth”, by Clyde Fitch in the Fall of 2006. Christy played the leading role of Becky Warder, a pathological liar who learns her lesson. Think Ibsen’s “A Dolls House” as written by Oscar Wilde. The show ran through Dec 10th @ the Metropolitan Playhouse in the East Village.
Christy starred as Debbie Benton in the San Francisco premiere of “Debbie Does Dallas the Musical” in summer 2006. The show opened August 18th to excellent reviews and ran for three weeks at the Eureka Theatre in downtown San Francisco.
More Info: www.debbiesf.com
Christy recently made her NYC debut alongside comedian Fred Willard!
In the off-Broadway comedy, “Elvis and Juliet”, Christy had audiences howling with her zany portrayal of ‘Little Sister’, Lisa Marie Lesley. She was honored to work alongside comedians Fred Willard (who played her Dad) and David Rasche (who played her Uncle Joey).
More Info: http://www.abingdontheatre.org/index.php
Last winter, Christy appeared in the Jason Robert Brown musical, “The Last 5 Years”. This two-person musical follows the falling in and out of love of a young couple from two very different perspectives. Cathy Hiatt, a struggling actress, begins the show in the present with the end of their marriage and works backward through time to their first date at the end of the show. Jamie Wellerstein, a successful author, begins the show at the end of their first date and works his way linearly to their present-day breakup at the end of the show. They meet once in the middle for their only duet, which happens to be their wedding. Christy played opposite Eli Newsom(www.elinewsom.com), who also played her Bat Boy! The show ran January 5-14 at the Off-Market Theater on 6th & Mission in downtown San Francisco.
More info: http://www.roltheatre.com/lastfiveyears.html
Christy was so thrilled to participate in the West Coast premiere of Louis Sachar’s “Holes”, based on his Newberry Award winning novel. The show ran for 21 performances at San Francisco’s gorgeous Orpheum Theatre for two weeks. She played Kissin’ Kate Barlow, the sweet school teacher turned scorned outlaw. Mr. Sachar worked very closely to the production, and Christy got the chance to speak to him about Kate, whom she later discovered is his favorite character!