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I. love. the springtime.
Hi <<First Name>>,
I don't know about you, but 2012 feels like it's moving at breakneck speed. Between performing, readings, auditions and working with Bruce Ornstein's awesome directing class at Columbia, I've hardly had a chance to catch my breath. But being outside in this gorgeous weather just makes me smile and my bicycle is officially out of storage! I hope you are enjoying new beginnings, new growth and sunshine!
  • Thanks to all of you who came out to see Dying City last October, we had a wonderful time with this beautiful play. Click here to read what people had to say about it (photo by Abi Litwa, who also did the fabulous production photos above).
  • FAB Women's  one-act festival at The Barrow Group:  Unframed just finished it's run, which was comprised of 5 new one-acts. For And By Women--that's FAB! I was in a beautiful piece by Bara Swain, 48, along with Julie Voshell and Nina Ordman. directed by Shannon Patterson. 
  • And I've just been cast in a lead role in Darryl Mascarenhas & Marle Cordiero's short film Lilacs!  I'm super excited to start shooting end of the month.
Thanks so much for reading and please check out the columns to the right--some of my favorite people are doing some truly amazing things!  

Much love,

Chris Campbell

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