Having earned her degrees from The American Musical & Dramatic Academy in Musical Theatre & Dance (LA and NY) and San Jose State University in Vocal Performance (Cum Laude), California native Christine Capsuto-Shulman is a multi-faceted artist in the world of opera, musical theater, dance and acting.
A few of her regional credits include: Jekyll & Hyde at Modesto
Performing Arts (Emma Carew), Hot Rhythm Nights at Great America(Gloria Estefan), Chicago at Woodminster Theater Oakland (Velma),
A Little Night Music at American Conservatory Theater San Francisco (Miss Nordstrom), Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular! at Disneyland (Jasmine), The Light in The Piazza at El Portal Stage (Franca), Le nozze di Figaro at Hawaii Performing Arts (Contessa), Carmen at Opera San José (Frasquita/Micaëla cover), Rigoletto at West Bay Opera (Gilda), La bohéme at Townsend, West Edge and San Francisco Opera companies (Musetta), and various concert work around the Bay Area. In 2020, she will reprise her role of “Königin der Nacht” in Die Zauberflöte with Modesto Opera, and will join the Davis Shakespeare Festival this summer as “Sibella” in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder and “Sor Isabel” in The Tenth Muse.
She is a strong advocate for the arts and education, and is passionate about teaching voice to students of all ages. Off the stage, Ms. Shulman loves to cook and laugh with family and friends, advocate for animals and spoil her dog (Mr. Sampson), fix and design things, choreograph and direct shows, photograph fellow artists, create voice-over caricatures, and not take life too seriously.