Christina Baldwin is a singer, actor, writer and director who has engaged audiences in film, on stage and in the concert setting. At the Jungle Theater she serves as Associate Director, a position made possible by a grant from the BOLD Theater Women’s Leadership Circle. She is an advocate of new work and serves as Artistic Associate, music director and performer with The Moving Company, also based in Minneapolis, MN. Christina’s work ranges from works of Shakespeare and contemporary plays, to musical theater, opera and operetta (PBS national broadcast of HMS Pinafore). A collaborator with Theatre de la Jeune Lune for nearly 10 years she co-adapted and performed the title role in their critically-acclaimed touring production of Carmen and was a part of their 2005 Tony-award winning season. She has been a frequent soloist and recording artist with the Minnesota Orchestra and a writer/actor on the nationally broadcast public radio show "Wits". Christina has collaborated with companies such as Nautilus Music-Theater, The Playwrights’ Center, Park Square Theater, Great American History Theater, the Guthrie Theater, Theatre de la Jeune Lune, American Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Ex Machina Baroque Opera Ensemble, Lyric Opera of the North, Skylark Opera, Minnesota Opera, The Schubert Club, Vocal Essence, and the Astoria Music Festival. Christina created opera outreach programs for the young, has performed on Garrison Keillor's "A Prairie Home Companion," and lent her voice to animated short films by the Dutch filmmaker Rosto A.D (Cannes Film Festival award-winner).