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Andrew hosts a private Zoom reading of the second draft of their play, S-X CARE. The reading features Rachael Ferrera, Gabrielle Mariella, Marc delaCruz and Carlos L. Encinias.
Bonfire Theater Group hosts a private reading of Andrew's play, S-X CARE, featuring Alison Cimmet, Jenn Gambatese and Andrew Cristi.
Andrew joins the cast of EVER AFTER, a new musical based on the 1998 film starring Drew Barrymore. The workshop is directed by Marlo Hunter.
Andrew books a commercial for SALESFORCE through Beth Melsky Casting!
Andrew shoots more digital commercial spots for HEMLIBRA!
Andrew shoots digital commercial spots for HEMLIBRA.
Andrew joins The PGE Voices of America Writers Workshop led by David Davila.
Andrew plays "Mother of Shogun" in PACIFIC OVERTURES at Signature Theatre,
directed by Ethan Heard.
Andrew joins the cast of BARREL MEN by Tyler Dobies. The reading is presented by Primary Stages and Pan Asian Repertory Theater.
Andrew enrolls in a five-week writing course with Darci Picoult to improve his playwriting.
Andrew sings "To Be A Star" from SAN, a new musical by Gosz & Fotos.
Watch the music video here.
San tells the life story of esteemed Mardi Gras designer San Nicholas. Growing up in poverty in the 1930s French Quarter of New Orleans, San discovers his love for art, despite adversity. After a trauma-filled childhood, San works to pay for a one-way ticket to New York City to pursue fashion design. After run-ins with notable faces of the 1940s, a period of self-discovery, and his first taste of success, San is forced to leave it all behind when tragedy strikes at home. San Nicholas finds himself back in New Orleans, penniless, when an opportunity to work in Mardi Gras comes his way, putting his design skills to the test in ways he never thought existed in New Orleans. San Nicholas finds that Mardi Gras is where he is truly able to be himself and express himself through his art, eventually leading to his crowning as King of Mardi Gras.
Andrew sings at 54 Below in J. Oconer Navarro's BREATHE. Get tickets here.
Andrew plays "Kanno" in the 29 hour reading of Timothy Huang's PETER & THE WAVE, hosted by Prospect Theater Company and directed by May Adrales.
Andrew books a print ad through Lauren Charkow Casting!
Andrew sings at 54 Below in NYMF's Musical Theatre Writing Finalists Concert.
Andrew plays "Nhan/Khue" in VIETGONE, directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh.
Performances run September 28 - October 24 at Geva Theatre Center.
Andrew books an industrial for FACEBOOK.
Andrew can be heard on the studio cast recording of Timothy Huang's AMERICAN MORNING. The digital album will be released on Friday, June 19th.
Andrew plays "Queequeg" in the World Premiere of MOBY-DICK by Tony Award nominated composer Dave Malloy and Tony Award winning director Rachel Chavkin. From the creative team behind A.R.T.’s 2015 production of NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 comes a new musical adaptation of MOBY-DICK. As Ishmael, Captain Ahab, and his crew pursue the elusive great white whale aboard the Pequod, Herman Melville’s nineteenth-century vision of America collides head-on with the present.
Performances run December 3 - January 12 at A.R.T.
Andrew stars as "Danny" in Joel B. New's musical, MONKEY TROUBLE UNLEASHED! The concert will be presented at The Duplex on Sunday, October 6 at 6:30pm.
Andrew books a commercial for APPLEBEE'S!
Andrew will reprise his role as "Tak" in Timothy Huang's AMERICAN MORNING (previously titled COSTS OF LIVING), directed by Marlo Hunter. The developmental production will be produced by Prospect Theater Company. Performances run May 8 - May 19.
"A powerful story, complex characters and a biting critique of the American immigrant experience today, all wrapped up in a suspenseful murder mystery."
~ David Henry Hwang
Andrew reunites with the cast of THE VISITOR, a new musical in development at The Public starring David Hyde Pierce.
Andrew books a commercial for NJ LOTTERY through Stacy Gallo Casting!
Andrew releases his sixth webisode for EXTRA AF: A WEB SERIES featuring Daphne Rubin-Vega. Watch it here!
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