Andrew is thrilled to be returning for his fourth summer with Arts for Youth, after also directing and choreographing the spring session production of “The Jungle Book” and the Davis School program production of “Annie”. Andrew currently serves as artistic director for the local theatre initiative, Artists from Suburbia, where he has directed and designed puppets for “The Witches”, (earning a nomination for the Broadway World Boston Awards; Best Direction), choreographed their Christmas Puppet Sing-a-long, and, most recently, produced and curated their Evening of Original One Act Plays. Additionally, Andrew has directed and choreographed productions of “Pygmalion” (AHSTF nomination; Best Production) and “The Taming of the Shrew”, provided additional choreography for productions of “Mary Poppins” and “A Christmas Carol”, and worked with companies including Liars and Believers (in association with A.R.T.), Bay Colony Shakespeare Company, and the marketing team at BSU’s Family Performing Arts Center. Andrew is currently directing and choreographing “Troilus and Cressida”, which is set to tour locations in Dedham and Quincy, and studying for his BA in Theatre Arts at Brandeis University.