Christopher was in Major Crimes Season 2 Episode 2. I’ve been away for a while and gonna continue updating this site.
Hey guys, been doing lots of stuff lately but I am back. I just checked and seen what was new with Christopher and found he did a short drama called The Hearing.
Here’s the description of it: Cassie’s mother was killed in a botched robbery 15 years ago. One of the convicted men, Tommy Wolfe, is up for parole. Tommy has reach out to Cassie and they’ve struck up a friendship. Cassie is struggling with what to say to the parole board who wants to keep Tommy behind bars. Cassie believes Tommy’s done enough time. This story shows Cassie’s struggle with right and wrong.
Still have to do some more stuff so be back soon…..
Tonight was CJ Hanke’s Client List Episode, so good to see him acting again. Since his How to Succeed Vlogs I missed him. Thanks to Christopher, for all the info on his latest projects what would I do without him.
The Normal Heart has started production in Washington DC and you can read more on BroadwayWorld about it along with Production photos of the cast.
BWW Interviews – Christopher J. Hanke
Christopher J. Hanke has been extremely busy since exiting the successful Broadway revival of HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING last year. The actor recently wrapped filming on an episode of Lifetime’s new series ‘The Client List’, which will air this Sunday, June 10. Tonight, he opens at Washington DC’s Arena Stage in the Broadway production of Larry Kramer’s ‘The Normal Heart’ in the role of Tommy Boatwright.
How to Succeed vet Christopher J. Hanke will join cast members from the 2011 Tony Award-winning revival of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart in the show’s upcoming national tour. The production, helmed by Broadway co-director George C. Wolfe, will begin at Arena Stage in Washington D.C., where it will run June 8 to July 29. Further casting will be announced shortly.
Set in the early days of the AIDS epidemic, The Normal Heart unfolds as a tight-knit group of friends refuses to let doctors, politicians and the press bury the truth of an unnamed disease behind a wall of silence. The play premiered at the Public Theater on April 21, 1985. The 2011 Broadway revival also starred Ellen Barkin, Lee Pace, Mark Harelik, Richard Topol and Wayne Alan Wilcox.