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The Reviews are IN


New York Times attended the National Yiddish Theatre Foksbiene's Drama Desk Nominated production of "Amerike: The Golden Land" at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. This was technically a revival production. I was Principal Understudy for the Men:

"There’s an allure all its own, and a big, satisfying  voice, in Christopher G. Tefft’s calculating, leering, and bottom line realistic Homais.  He brings both brutality and poignancy to another of his show-stoppers, “Why Not Me?”"

-Yvonne Korshak, May 22, 2013


"Tefft used the songs to his advantage. He is not subtle, but then his character, Homais, isn’t a wallflower."

-by Joel Benjamin on May 19th, 2013 


Both reviews were concerning Chris' performance as Homais in "Madame Bovary", a musical based on the novel by Gustave Flaubert, adaptation, music and lyrics Paul Dick, direction and choreography Marlene Thorn Taber, PASSAJJ Productions, Equity Approved Showcase.


Read the Broadway World press release Here  


Full Reviews Available Here (Yvonne Korshak) 


And Here ( Joel Benjamin) 



Reviews my role of Jake in the 2012 Fringe production of "Kriep: a Gruesical" by Sam Belich. Performed at Theatre 80 in the East Village.


"Christopher Tefft had less "Jake-time" as he assumed a couple of other roles, but where he shines most was belting out his songs with ease and musicality."

-by F. Dixon on on Monday, Aug 20, 2012

Full Review Available Here


"The cast is mostly very good, with particularly notable performances delivered by the versatile Christopher Tefft..."

-by Ethan Angelica on on August 18, 2012

Full Review Available Here


*Read on BroadwayWorld about "Midlife 2" at the Dutch Apple, Jan / Feb 2015


*Read on BroadwayWorld about Christopher's concert appearance as a featured singer in "The Green Touch" at the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Theatre. 


*Press from the Herald Review concerning my appearances with the Decatur Park Singers in Illinois. Click Here


*"20 Questions with Christopher Tefft" from the Meadow Brook Theatre blog from when I was appearing in their production of "Dracula: A Rock Opera." Click Here

Chris and some of the beautiful ladies in "Kriep" 

Christopher and the cast of "Madame Bovary" 

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