Christine Cox (Miss Christine) is one of the most in demand kids entertainers in New York City!  She has extensive experience working with children – as a teacher, family theater producer, kids entertainer, and glamorous princess.  Recently featured on the TODAY Show, Christine teaches meteorologist Dylan Dreyer how to play the role of a professional party princess!  See the story here.

Party packages include fun high energy dance games, beautiful face painting, and cute balloon sculpting. Sometimes there is even some amazing magic when she performs with magician, Max Darwin!

She is the lead producer of the hit off-Broadway family magic show, The Amazing Max and the Box of Interesting Things.  The show received rave reviews from the NY Times, Huffington Post, and PBS Kids.  It was also a “Best Family Show” nominee (Off-Broadway Alliance).  In the fall of 2013 she will be producing her second family show.

Christine received a BFA in Dance Performance/Education (certified K-12 teacher) from Towson University in Maryland.  As a dance educator see created the children’s ballroom program, 5th Grade Ballroom Stars.  This is a week long program that includes the instruction of  four  ballroom styles (merengue, tango, cha-cha, and swing).  The goal of this program is to teach the importance of etiquette and respect through ballroom dance.  See a video here.

As a professional actress, dancer, and choreographer, she has appeared in and choreographed (regional) theater/productions/musicals (Guys and Dolls, Anything Goes, Will Rogers Follies, The Wizard of Oz), International tours (Asian tour of The Magical School for Wizards), and films (What’s Up Lovely? and The Actress).  She has worked with the choreographers of “So You Think You Can Dance” and “Dancing with the Stars”, and her dancing has been featured on “Good Morning America” and “The View”.