Christopher Blass Núñez
Christopher is a first generation Dominican American Director, Producer, Designer, Manager and Educator. He currently manages Domestic Touring Operations for the North American tours of Disney's The Lion King, Frozen & Aladdin at Disney Theatrical Productions. Selected credits include: Director: Chicago (FSU), Vile Spirits (FSU), Pinkalicious: The Musical (FSU), She May Be Called Bad (FSU), Death Comes to Us All, Mary Agnes (Hangar Theatre), The Amazing Tale of the Backyard Overnight Adventure (Hangar Theatre), Wanda’s Visit (FSU) and Tinder. Facebook. Snapchat. Lie. (FSU). Assistant Director: Harbor (Dog Days at Asolo Rep, Dir. Greg Leaming), Hairspray! (FSU, Dir. Jess Patty), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (FSU, Dir. Jessica West). Associate Company Manager: Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular (Venetian Resort, dir. Hal Prince), Rock of Ages (Venetian Resort, dir. Kristen Hanggi). Assistant Producer: Magic Mike Live (Hard Rock Hotel, dir. Channing Tatum), Magic Reinvented Nightly (Linq Casino), Puppet Up: Uncensored (Venetian Resort, Henson Company). Scenic Designer: 50 Shades: The Musical Parody (Ballys). Stage Manager: The Groundlings (Los Angeles). Christopher spent a decade managing, producing and developing commercial entertainment with BASE Entertainment in Las Vegas. He is a passionate scholar of the history of American casino entertainment and formerly served as a Docent at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas. He conceived and created Folies, a new Las Vegas revue currently in development. He is also developing a new musical entitled Bluebell. Christopher is a former Paramount Pictures Studio Page and holds an MFA in Theatre Directing and a BFA in Theatre Design and Technology from Florida State University. He is a member of the FSU Fellows Society, the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation 2018-2019 Observership Class, and a 2018 Drama League Directing Fellow and Lifetime Member. Christopher is the recipient of several BroadwayWorld Regional Awards for his directing work at FSU including Director of the Decade, Production of a Musical of the Decade and Best Musical. His FSU projects have been nominated for over 31 BroadwayWorld Regional Awards including Arts Educator of the Decade.