Christin Byrdsong


Christin Byrdsong is a versatile actor versed in numerous genres who regularly earns critical acclaim. Broadway World recently hailed: “The grand power of his voice sent chills up my arms more than once.” Byrdsong’s versatility was recently showcased in his performance of Lil’ B-Man in Figaro! (90210) at The Duke on 42nd Street. The operatic role of Lil’ B-Man demonstrated not only Byrdsong’s acting chops but also his classical vocal abilities, for which the NY Theatre Review hailed: “He has a powerful, strong voice and could play the emotional depth of the young man constantly in trouble.” Christin, however, is still recognized for his ability to portray more traditional contemporary theatrical roles, including Ken in Smokey Joe’s Café with Finger Lakes Musical Theatre as well as Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar three times, Belize in Angels in America, Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd, Man 1 in Songs for A New World, and Lun Tha in The King and I, to name a few. This summer, Christin will also be receiving his AEA card after the upcoming production of Ragtime at the Barrington Stage. On camera, he can be viewed in commercials for national brands including JCPenny, RadioShack, and Hasbro Toys. Byrdsong is a skilled violinist with 13 years of training. He can also be heard on the soundtrack for Daughter of Dawn performed by the Oklahoma City University Symphony Orchestra. Byrdsong’s training includes a BFA in Musical Theatre from Oklahoma City University.


Smokey Joe’s Café
Finger Lakes Musical Theatre
Auburn, NY

Figaro! (90210)
Lil B Man
The Duke on 42nd Street
New York, NY

Harlem Ensemble
Barrington Stage
Pittsfield, MA
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…a force on stage…
Figaro! (90210)  “I adored Christin Byrdsong’s performance as Li’l B-Man. He is a force on stage. He has a powerful, strong voice and could play the emotional depth of the young man constantly in trouble. He also has flawless comic timing. Vid Guerrerio gave him great material to work with as he got to be the more contemporary character in the piece.” –  NY Theatre Times 
…tremendous talent…
Jesus Christ Superstar “Christin Byrdsong makes his Musical Theater Heritage and Kansas City debut as Jesus. Kansas City is filled with tremendous talent and we just added a thoroughbred to the stable. The grand power of his voice sent chills up my arms more than once. As a tear runs down his cheek sniffles could be heard coming from throughout the audience.” Broadway World 
…projecting impossibly high musical notes…
 Jesus Christ Superstar “Christin Byrdsong as Jesus is regal; projecting impossibly high musical notes that seem to reach heavenward.” – AXS 
…powerful and brilliant…
Jesus Christ Superstar “… Byrdsong brought deep, angry despair to key moments…His falsetto was powerful and brilliant, and his rough lean into it during “I Only Want to Say” made the moment all the more painful.”Kansas City Metropolis 
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