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Web Series, Co-Produced with Tyler Dwiggins

About the Series: Queen's English is a queer web series about some messy queens trying to make it to adulthood in one piece - with money left over for Sunday mimosas. 

The show follows Gabe, a party boy whose Catholic boyfriend Adam just dumped him for Jesus; Tucker, who just locked himself out of the apartment—in full drag; and Olivia, an actress who will probably become a star just after she cleans the ketchup off her shoes.

Queen's English has already amassed an international audience since its release in Summer 2019. The most popular episode, "Gold Star Gay", has received over 60K viewed. The series has been crowned top prizes at numerous festivals including Big Apple Film Festival, NYC Web Fest, and Everybody Digital Film Festival. The pilot script was recognized as a Semifinalist at Austin Film Festival, ranking in the top 2% of 12K+ scripts. 

In addition to producing, Chris also directed Episode 6 of the series. 

Watch the highlight reel below and check out the full series at

Queen's English - Reel (Season One)

Queen's English - Reel (Season One)

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Joe's Pub Concert 

About the Concert:  Broadway artist Kathryn Allison (Company revival, Wicked, Aladdin)'s first-ever live performance of her debut album, Something Real at The Public Theater's Joe's Pub. Featuring reimagined R&B hits and jazz standards, Something Real is an exploration of love, lust, and heartbreak. Rediscover the songs you thought you knew as Ms. Allison guides you through a powerful symphonic journey.

Featuring: Kathryn Allison, Brittany Dorazio, Trent Saunders, Jaz Sealey, Ashley Alexandra Seldon, Ariella Serur and Angelo Soriano

Musical Director: Dominic Fallacaro

Photography by @PhotosByKristinP.


Feinstein's / 54 Below Concert Series

About the Concert: Since Patti LuPone mistakenly told her she did an amazing job in a show she wasn’t in, she has clearly been destined for greatness.  Performer Kayley Anne Collin's sold-out concert series guarantees a night of belting and bleeding as we celebrate love, being alive, and this crazy city we call home.

Featuring: Kayley Anne Collins, Jan Sport (RuPaul's Drag Race contestant), Natalie Gallo (Jersey Boys), Kathryn Allison (Company revival), Cameron Anika Hill (Summer: The Donna Summer Musical National Tour), Jasmine Harris, Emily Sophia Wronski and Lorin Zackular

Musical Director: Steven Jamail

Photography by Michael Kushner. 


Benefit Concert at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM)

All proceeds benefited DWAVE (Deaf World Against Violence Everywhere)

Directed by Chris Morrissey

Book by Ben Biggers and Tom Meglio

Choreographed by Alec Cohen

Co-Produced with Alison Bagli and Anna Stapleton 

About the Concert: A holiday-themed musical revue following two children's book authors who journey through Christmastown hoping to rediscover holiday spirit. The performance was ASL-interpreted and culminated in a finale performed in ASL by the entire ensemble. 

Featuring: Ben Biggers, Sarah Bishop, Chris Collins-Pisano, Clara Cox, Eric Geil, Cameron Hill, Hannah Kornfeld, Madeline Lynch, Jay McGill, Tom Meglio, Dallas Padoven, Samantha Pollino, Madeleine Spacapan, Emily Trumble, Lawson Young, and Adam Zeph.

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