Christine Hamel

Actor | Director | Dialect Coach

CHRISTINE HAMEL* has appeared at New Rep in Ideation, Brecht on Brecht, Broken GlassOn the Verge, Ragtime, and Sweeney Todd, directing God Box, and dialect/voice coaching many productions, including Golda’s Balcony, Tongue of a Bird, Camelot, The Elephant Man, Amadeus, Holiday Memories, and The Kite Runner. Recent area credits include The Women Who Mapped the Stars (workshop, Poets’ Theatre); Tongue Tied Tight, and Delivered (workshop, Huntington Theatre Company); A Disappearing Number (Underground Railway Theater); The Penelopiad (Boston University School of Theatre); Season’s Greetings and Our Town (Wellesley Repertory Theatre); and The Glass Menagerie (Boston Center for American Performance). Regionally, she performed the role of Emma Darwin in Trumpery (Olney Theatre Center). Ms. Hamel is an Assistant Professor of Voice/Speech and Acting at Boston University. She is a Designated Linklater Voice teacher, and holds a Teaching Certificate in the Michael Chekhov acting technique. She currently resides in Arlington.

* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

Productions at New Rep

Production Role
IDEATION
Hannah
BRECHT ON BRECHT
Mature Woman
BROKEN GLASS
Harriet
GOD BOX
Director
RAGTIME
Brigit / Second Bureaucrat / Ensemble
ON THE VERGE
Alex