Into the Clear Blue Sky Sleepwalker's Theatre Nelson brings out both his character's noble intentions and the shame that debilitates them” - Lily Janiak

— Bay Times

Boys Will Be Boys New Conservatory Theatre Center Christopher M Nelson has good vocal chords singing the serious "Giant"...He is also exceptional singing "Balls"....” - Richard Connema

— Talkin' Broadway

Boys Will Be Boys New Conservatory Theatre Center Christopher M Nelson, as Luke, has a vibrant, intense voice.  When he sings a romantic love duet with Tyler , they harmonize very well.” - Albert Goodwyn

— San Francisco Examiner

Dames at Sea New Conservatory Theatre Center ...Christopher M Nelson is spot-on as Dick's sailor friend Lucky.  Joan and Lucky make a neat couple, especially when singing "Choo-Choo Honeymoon.” - Richard Connema

— Talkin' Broadway

Dames at Sea New Conservatory Theatre Center The time just taps right on by as this enthusiastic and perfect cast sing and dance through this delightful musical.” - Lee Hartgrave

— BeyondChron

Falsettos Theatre Rhino Christopher M Nelson, who has great singing chops, is first rate as Mendel.” - Richard Connema

— Talkin' Broadway

Falsettos Theatre Rhino The performers are in sync with the director and the material, negotiating the show's complex musicality and lyrics with skill and empathy.....Christopher M Nelson is a fun presence as Marvin's nervous psychiatrist” - Richard

— Bay Area Reporter

Falsettos Theatre Rhino Christopher M Nelson effortlessly inhabits Mendel's quirky exuberance” - Kevin Langson

— Edge San Francisco

Ben Franklin in Paris 42nd Street Moon Christopher M Nelson doesn't disappoint, playing well-suited to his part.” - Richard Connema

— Talkin' Broadway

Friends Are Forever New Conservatory Theatre Center All six actor's give natural performances....while Christopher M Nelson has good acting chops as the butch George.” - Richard Connema

— Talkin' Broadway

Berlin's Best/Porter's Picks  La Jolla Stage Company Fantastic voices make each song a pleasure.  Some highlights include Christopher Nelson's poignant What'll I Do...” - Rob Hopper

— San Diego Playbill