“Clifford The Big Red Dog: LIVE”
1st National Tour

Fox Cities Performing Arts Center (February 27th, 2012)
“With a multi-talented touring cast of artists playing numerous roles, this show’s artistic triumphs include creating Emily Elizabeth’s world as it would appear to her and to her audience – including my theater companions, my four and three-year-old daughters.”

Rutland Herald (January 8th, 2012)
“Emily Elizabeth was played and sung with real sparkle by Christina Rose Rahn

 “He Keeps Me Singing”

La Comedia Dinner Theatre

Dayton Local (September 17th, 2014)
“The cast not only has great range with their voices, but also with the instruments they play, including the harmonica, mandolin, fiddle, accordion and yes, even an organ. [...]  From the rendition of ‘Precious Memories’ [sung by Christina Rose Rahn], there’s enough spirit to warm even the coldest of hearts” 

“Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story”
Theatre By The Sea

Providence Journal (June 4th, 2016)
By Channing Gray
“The cast not only acts and sings, but each actor plays their own instrument. And they’re great – tight, polished, and able to capture the freshness of Holly’s music”

WPRO News Talk (June 7th, 2016)
By Kimberly Harper
“The show is upbeat, rocking good fun… Buddy Holly takes it a step past professional musicians by casting primary characters who not only look and sound the park, but who rock out on their own instruments.”

2016 Motif Theater Awards
Musical Direction: Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story” – Michael Croiter MD

 “Into The Woods”
JCA Management Productions


 HeraldTimesOnline.com (March 29th, 2010)
By Glenn Kaufmann
“Particular Praise must be given to Christina Rose Rahn, who turns Little Red Riding Hood into this painfully screechy (yet somehow still cute as a button) pain in the wolf’s side. 

“Smoke On The Mountain: Homecoming”
Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre



A Seat On The Aisle (July 12th, 2015)
By Ken Klingenmeier
“His twin children Denise and Dennis are played by B&B newcomers Christina Rose Rahn and Will Boyajian. Both handle their roles and the necessary musical skills with aplomb, and both have great voices. Ms. Rahn has fun with actions that concern her never seen offstage twin boys.”

Nuvo.net  (July 17th, 2015)
By Rita Kohn
“Making their Beef & Boards debuts are Will Boyajian as the shy Dennis Sanders and Christina Rose Rahn as the ever vibrant twin sister Denise.”

Daily Reporter (July 23rd, 2015)
By John Belden
“Boyajin and Rahn make their B&B debuts but manage to fit right in as though they had always played the Sanders twins, especially when circumstances force them to re-enact a song from when Dennis and Denise were very young.”

Zionsville Times Sentinel (July 22nd, 2015)
By Amy Rodriguez
“No “Smoke On the Mountain” show would be complete without a Jerry-Springer-like meltdown, and newcomer Christina Rahn delivers a beauty as Denise Sanders. Her never seen but often heard banging outside 3 year-old twins, Weldon and Eldon, finally make it impossible to pretend they are perfect. The Rev. Oglethorpe describes what they do to the parking lot as “ruination”.  I would be willing to bet all of the mothers in the audience can relate when Denise’s emotional cart flies off the rails.”

The Herald Bulletin (July 23rd, 2015)
By Emma Bowen Meyer
“The vocal harmonies were simply outstanding. Each singer has a fantastic voice and the blending was perfect”