ADJUNCT LECTURER, ACTING
BFA, Carnegie Mellon University
Certificate, National Theatre Studio, London UK
MFA, CWRU/Cleveland Play House
Erik Andrews is a theater practitioner and teacher based in New York City. He is a certified teacher of the Michael Chekhov Acting Technique and is also an adjunct professor of theatre at CW Post, Long Island University. He has performed and collaborated with several NYC-based companies and with regional theatres including The Pittsburgh Public Theatre, The Cleveland Play House, Washington DC's Fords Theatre, The Olney Theatre for the Performing Arts- Maryland, among others. Erik sits on the Board of Directors for NY Shakespeare Exchange, for whom he is also an Associate Artist focusing on devising new work through ensemble exploration. Erik is a member of Actors Equity Association.
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Professor Patrice Nganang (Comp Lit, German lit specialist) will be giving a talk about the play on Wed., Nov. 9th between 1-2 in Theatre 3 of the Staller Center.
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