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Choreographer - Movement Director - Dancer
Representative Styles 
Jazz | Swing | Solo Jazz | Hollywood | Fosse-Inspired | Latin | 
Musical Theatre | Modern | Contemporary | Ballet | Tap 




Christie’s latest role was playing Queen Elenora in UnTitled Company’s third full length production, ‘Astoria’. Prior to that she played the iconic Shirley MacLaine in the premiere of ‘Welcome To The Grand’, a new jazz theatre production taking London by storm. Christie also shined as the lead in ‘How To Solve A Problem Like Murder’,an immersive phenomenon currently entering its fifth season, and ‘’, a smash hit 1920s immersive prohibition production, both of which have made huge waves in the London immersive theatre scene.




Christie has worked commercially with artists Jack Whitehall, Sergei Polunin, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Buble, Nelly Furtado, Miike Snow, and Suzie McNeil. Other credits include The Voice (UK), Netflix, New Balance, Telus, Nickelodeon, Ikea, Equinox,‘Package Deal’ (TV), ‘Warehouse 13’ (TV), and Sky 1's 'Got To Dance' Season 5, where she was mentored by celebrity judge Adam Garcia and finished as a semi-finalist.




Christie has worked extensively with Lukas McFarlane’s contemporary company, UnTitled. In the past three years, Christie has been a principle dancer in the company’s last four major projects, ‘Got To Dance’ Season 5, ‘Exposed’,  ‘The Suffocating Truth’, and ‘Astoria’.  Before that she spent two years working with Canadian company Lamondance, touring Brazil for two seasons and performing annually in Vancouver, BC.  Christie has also worked with UnCorked Theatre on their last five theatre productions, making herself an irreplaceable and invaluable member of the company. Her latest role is a principle artist with Jazz House Theatre.

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