CHRISTOPHER KALE JONES is perhaps best known for playing Frankie Valli in the National Tour of Jersey Boys, which allowed him to perform on The Tonight Show.  That is unless, of course, you are an avid viewer of PBS, where Chris's band, Under The Streetlamp, has appeared in three musical concerts.  Locally, he has acted at Steppenwolf Theatre, The Goodman Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, The Marriott Theatre, Mercury Theater, Theater at the Center and more.  He can also be seen in his one-man concert celebrating the life of Bobby Darin (www.darinshow.com).  On television, he appeared in this last season of Chicago Med, supporting his poor brother who desperately needed a kidney.  Chris feels a special kinship to Children of Eden, which has bookended his professional life thus far. When he was a college senior at Northwestern University, he flew to New York to audition for potential agents, singing Adam's song, "A World Without You," which started his career.  Now, Chris finds himself in the the fortunate position of being a teacher and kids pastor at City Church Chicago, where he tells the story of Adam, Eve, and their lineage often.  So it is a special gift to understudy this wonderful role.  To my wife Jenna and unbelievably adorable daughter Presley: I can't live in a world without you.  More on instagram: @chriskalejones.

Christopher Kale Jones

(Ensemble, Adam/Noah u/s)