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47 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine ARTS, MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT the founding members of the BFA and MFA Professional Trade Programs of the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Besides being part of the theater management team at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) for many years, Mr. Christopher has also been an active volunteer with the Blind and Sight Impaired programs at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), the Guggenheim and Whitney museums. Most notably, he had three of his art pieces selected for the “Seeing Through Drawing” showing for three months at the end of 2013 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and featured in The New York Times. Mr. Christopher became a senior Actors Equity member in 1965 and was a member of the Screen Actors Guild (now SAG-AFTRA). As of 2022, he is living and working in the heart of New York City and continues to experience career growth and success. Theater, whose mission was to foster the work of performing artists with disabilities and ablebodied dancers over the age of 40. For Infinity Dance Theater, he created “The Love Triangle” with co-founder Kitty Lunn — a production that garnered national attention from The New York Times and People magazine and a feature on “The Today Show,” drawing the largest audience at the Cultural Olympiad of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. Over the course of his 60-plus year-long career, Mr. Christopher worked with many luminaries of the American theatre, but was most influenced by the legendary acting teacher William Esper, becoming his first assistant and associate of the famed Esper Studio in New York City. After teaching young actors at the Neighborhood Playhouse Junior School, Mr. Christopher became an assistant professor and one of