Andrew has worked professionally as a director in different theatres across the country, especially in his home state of North Carolina. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre from East Carolina University. Andrew is a graduate of the Sanford Meisner Acting Technique Program. He is also a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers (SDC) Observership Program.
Britt is working hard on Broadway!! SoTD alum, Andrew Britt has some exciting news. He will be the Assistant Director for the upcoming Broadway productions of Waiting For Godot and No Man’s Land starring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart! The two plays by Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter will be performed in repertory (alternating nightly) this fall on Broadway after an out of town production of No Man’s Land this summer at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. More casting and dates will be announced soon.
During May/June, he will be the Assistant Director on The Explorer's Club
at Manhattan Theatre Club. It's a wonderful new comedy written by Nell Benjamin. And starring the excellent John McMartin! Click here
for more information.
Keep making us proud, Andrew.
Andrew Britt (Professional Acting/Musical Theatre, 2011) was just got hired as Assistant Director to Sean Mathias for Breakfast at Tiffany's on Broadway! The production starts rehearsals on Monday, January 28, with the first Preview to be held on March 4th, and Opening Night on March 20th at the Cort Theatre. It's a wonderful cast and new script adaptation by Tony Award winner Richard Greenberg, based on the original Truman Capote novella.
Andrew writes, "I just wanted to let you know the good news and thank you for all your support over the past several years. I know I wouldn't have gotten this job if it had not been for the training at ECU."
Andrew has been the Associate Director at The Lost Colony since 2010.
Recent directing and assisting credits: Honk (Jenny Wiley Theatre), Steel Magnolias starring Beth Leavel, Oklahoma!, The Grand Design, Stage Door, Violet starring Lauren Kennedy, Hairspray (North Carolina Theatre), and Stephen King’s Misery.
For more information on ELF the Musical, visit http://www.elfthemusicalontour.com
For more information about Andrew, visit http://www.andrew-britt.com