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      As a director, I believe that a curious nature equates to an imaginative artist: the constant question of "why." When working on a show, the word "why" translate as "intention." This acts as my guide when analyzing a text, working with an actor on a role, or executing a holistic vision for a production. I've found the deeper the "why," the greater are the discoveries that create an in-the-moment truth on stage. Theatre is inherently political. Therefore, I look for material that not only entertains audiences but engages the conversation of ways society could improve and grow.

      I like to blend realism with imagination. As such, I want my creative work in the theatre to illuminate the reflective mirror in ourselves and society whilst igniting the imaginative spirit that had once lived in all of us when we were younger.  The beauty of imagination is that it transcends cultural boundaries. 

      In rehearsal, I equally have a plan and want to collaborate with the actors, promoting the actor's intuition, as often an actor can move in a natural way that honors the storytelling. I've found this approach fosters greater ownership from the actor' and their work.


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MARIO! A Salute to the Great Lanza 

Written by Sean Patrick Murtagh
Directed by Chris Giordano, Music Direction by Ge Enrique
at The Green Room 42, New York, NY

​"Mr Murtagh's director, Chris Giordano of the blue eyes, has helped him to develop a show with purpose that never bores." 
- Bobby Patrick, BroadwayWorld Cabaret

2020 MAC Award Winner for Best New York - Male Debut 


Disney's The Little Mermaid Jr. 

Book by Doug Wright, music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Howard Ashman, with additional lyrics by Glenn Slater
Part of  TexARTS Youth Musical Theater Summer Academy
Directed by Chris Giordano
at the Kam & James Morris Theatre, TexARTS, Lakeway, TX

​"The work Chris did was astounding and professional, and left our students with a sense of confidence, pride, and accomplishment when our production was completed." 
Jerome Schoolar, Academy Director at TexARTS

Choreography: Darren Gibson

Music Direction: Jerome Schoolar

Costumes: Cassie Eckerman


And the Award Goes To...

Written by Matt Heftler
Part of  Emerging Artists Theatre's Fall 2019 New Work Series
Directed by Chris Giordano
at TADA! Theater, New York, NY

Stage Manager: Paulina Tobar


Seussical Jr. 

Music & Book by Stephen Flaherty, Lyrics & Book by Lynn Ahrens, Co-Conceived by Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty & Eric Idle
Part of  Brooklyn Acting Lab's Jr. Musical Ensemble
Directed & Choreographed by Chris Giordano
at The Mark O'Donnell Theater at The Actors Fund Arts Center

Assistant Director: Megan Fitsgerald

Music Direction: Laura Kruregel 

Costumes: Valerie Boisseau

Stage Manager: Meredith Goldberg

Set Design: Conor Moore

Producers: Kristen Lynch & Murat Ozcan


Photo credit: Kristina Gibb Photography