Dromio of Ephesus in “Comedy of Errors at Elm Shakespeare, Summer 2019

“Christopher Seiler and Benjamin Curns shine as the twin Dromios. Their performances anchor the sprawling cast of Ephesians around them.”

New Haven Independent / Brian Slattery

“Curns and Seiler are not just deft clowns, they play the text honestly rather than invent superfluous shtick that ages quickly.”

New Haven Register / E. Kyle Minor

Da in “Once” at THE FULTON, Winter 2019

“Ken Allen Neely also has a nice onstage relationship with Christopher Seiler who plays his father, Da. the thoughtful communication the two actors achieve on stage makes this father-and-son bond feel remarkably lived in and real. 

The Snapper / Josh Rittberg

Da in “Once” at Virginia Repertory Theatre, Winter 2019

“The ensemble works overtime in this show, dancing and singing and playing instruments and the roles. Standouts include Christopher Seiler as the Guy's father, Da. The cast members shine in this show, and they all work together seamlessly to create the tone and mood of each scene.”

Style Weekly / Claire Boswell

“Each member of the cast has spotlight moments. Christopher Seiler is wonderful as Da”

Broadway World / Jeremy Bustin


"Seiler is so much fun as a conniving gangster and can crank out a tune as well with just the right entertaining craziness." 

Cleveland Stage Alliance / Kevin Kelly

"Leading this Cole Porter classic are Sandra Emerick and Christopher Seiler with their peppy, nutty and thoroughly entertaining characterizations as Reno Sweeney — the brassy lounge singer with a heart of gold — and Moonface Martin, a gangster in preacher’s disguise."

Akron Beacon Journal / / Kerry Clawson

"Christopher Seiler as Moonface, Public Enemy #13, is a pleasure to watch"

Cleveland Jewish News / Bob Ableman

"Christopher Seiler is perfect as Moonface Martin as he mugs his way merrily along."

Talkin' Broadway / Mark Horning


Claudius in "Hamlet" at the American Shakespeaere Center, Winter 2018

"Christopher Seiler is electric as Claudius, and his can't-pray speech has the power of a volcano on the cusp of eruption, a molten brew of guilt, fear, greed, and conniving." / Eric Minton


Baynes in "the Rehearsal" at the American Shakespeare Center, Fall 2009

"in a tour de force role, presiding over all this manic mayhem was the maniciest, mayhemiest Christopher Seiler as Bayes, frantically antically conducting the players and audience (the two gentlemen and us) ensnared in his deluded creation." / Eric Minton

"Christopher Seiler as Bayes gives perhaps the most energetic performance I have ever seen at the Blackfriars Playhouse.  You watch him in wonder; you wonder how any actor could be this funny, how any actor could remember this many lines and how any actor's heart medication could possibly last this long."

The News Leader (Staunton, Virginia) / Charles Culbertson

...more to come