Christopher appeared as stoner/brother/gravedigger Patio in Hunger and Thirst's production of Lathem Prince at the Capital Fringe Festival. Check out Washington City Paper's review.
Christopher Bonewitz is a New York City-based actor. His stage credits include Reynaldo in The Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park production of Hamlet; the Public's staged reading of Akin Salawu's I Stand Corrected, directed by David Esbjornson; the title role in Anton Chekhov’s Ivanov in Hunger and Thirst's 2012 production; Hunger and Thirst's The Misanthrope (2013); The Bad Date Project and Fallujah (reading) at Culture Project; and Richard III and A Christmas Carol at Trinity Repertory Company. In addition to Other Months, Christopher's film and screen credits include Dirty Slate’s “You Don’t Trust Me” and The Stoop Chronicles’ “Bye, Ken”.