Broadway: Next Fall (Drama Desk nomination). Off-Broadway: Cloud Nine, Tail! Spin!, The Illusion, Next Fall, The English Channel, Perfect Harmony, BFF, Nerds: The Musical, Valhalla, Flesh and Blood, Corpus Christi, Shakespeare's R&J. Regional: Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Alley Theatre, Chautauqua Theater Company, American Conservatory Theater, Round House Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, The Old Globe, American Repertory Theater. Film: Dinner@40, Stephen King's A Good Marriage, Victoriana, Gigantic, Trust the Man, Company Man, Overnight Sensation. Television: “The Lottery,” “Smash,” “Boardwalk Empire,” “Blue Bloods,” “Elementary,” “I Just Want My Pants Back,” “The Good Wife,” “Fringe,” “Law & Order: SVU & Criminal Intent,” HBO's “Oz.”
Off-Broadway: The Seven (New York Theatre Workshop), 365 Days/365 Plays (New York Theatre Workshop/The Public Theater), Manilova (New Georges), Dream on Monkey Mountain (Classical Theatre of Harlem). Regional: Father Comes Home from the Wars (American Repertory Theater); Enrico IV (American Conservatory Theater); Comedy of Errors (Princeton Shakespeare); Romeo & Juliet, Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare Santa Cruz); Cyrano (San Jose Repertory). Film: Broken City, Last Night, Search Party. Television: “Hostages,” “The Following,” “Blue Bloods,” “Gossip Girl,” “As the World Turns,” “Law & Order: C.I.,” “Damages,” “White Collar,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Law & Order.”
Westport Country Playhouse: And a Nightingale Sang. Off-Broadway: The Changeling (Red Bull Theater); Desire (59E59/The Acting Company); Hamlet (as Hamlet), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, The Comedy of Errors, Romeo and Juliet (The Acting Company). Regional: Long Day's Journey into Night, Hay Fever, The Importance of Being Earnest, Charley's Aunt, Macbeth, Tales from Hollywood, Roman Holiday, A Christmas Carol, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, A View from the Bridge, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Jane Eyre (Guthrie Theater); An Inspector Calls (Pioneer Theatre Company); Desire (NY Stage and Film); Tribes (Florida Repertory Theatre). Film: Into Temptation. TV: “Elementary.” B.F.A., University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater Actor Training Program.
Regional: The Iceman Cometh (BAM, Goodman Theatre); Red (Goodman Theatre,
Arena Stage); American Buffalo (Steppenwolf Theatre, McCarter Theatre); The Actor
(Goodman Theatre); The Book Thief (Steppenwolf Theatre); The Normal Heart (TimeLine
Theatre); The Pride, The Homosexuals, Stupid Kids (About Face Theatre); Escape, The
People’s Temple, Speech & Debate (American Theater Company); Do the Hustle (Writers
Theatre); Cabaret (Drury Lane Theatre); West Side Story (Walnut Street Theatre); Saved!
(Kansas City Repertory Theatre); Into the Woods (Marriott Theatre); Willy Wonka (Chicago
Shakespeare Theater); The Snow Queen (Victory Gardens Theater); Dorian, The Sparrow (The
House Theatre). National Tour: Fosse. Film: Henry Gamble's Birthday Party. Television:
“Chicago Code,” “Chicago Fire.” Select Choreography: Cherrywood (Mary-Arrchie Theatre), We Three
Liza's, Queertopia (About Face Theatre). Mr. Andrews is an ensemble member of American
Theater Company, an artistic associate with About Face Theatre, a member of the Goldmine
Collective, and a member of the queer-electronic-art-pop band BAATHHAUS (baathhaus.com).
Mark Rothko (Red)
Broadway: Red, The Cripple of Inishmaan, That Championship Season, Frost/Nixon, The Goat,
The Nerd. Off-Broadway: Big Bill (Lincoln Center Theater) and Tiny Alice (Second Stage), both directed by Mark Lamos, Mystery of Love and Sex (Lincoln Center Theater), Almost an Evening (Atlantic Theater), A Picasso (Manhattan Theatre Club), O Jerusalem (The Flea Theater), The Normal Heart (original production, The Public Theater). Regional highlights: Peer Gynt (Hartford Stage), School for Scandal (McCarter Theatre), Sight Unseen (World Premiere, South Coast Repertory), The Possessed (Yale Repertory Theatre), Albee Directs Albee (International Tour), Founding Member, ART. Film: The Pink Panther, Basic Instinct, Awake. Television: “Blue Bloods” (recurring), “Billions,” “Law & Order,” “Cheers,” “ER,” “Beverly Hills 90210.”