Andrew Garrett is a bi-coastal (Seattle & New York) creative leader passionate about new work, community and strengthening the connection between art and society. Although he is primarily a director, producer and educator, he also has experience as a playwright, performer and photographer.
Recent projects include Rona Siddiqui: Halfghan on a Mission (The Kennedy Center), Northwest Bookshelf: Adventure Musical Theatre (5th Avenue Theatre), The Curious Incident of the Dog of the Nighttime (Village Theatre), Orphans & Outsiders (The American Theatre for Actors), Lord of the Flies (Syracuse University), and New York Theatre Workshop’s Mind the Gap: Intergenerational Theatre Workshop (New York Theatre Workshop, London South Bank University, North Carolina Stage Company, Santiago A Mil International Theatre Festival, and Stage Craft Studio). He has helped develop work with The Scratch, Village Theatre, ACT Theatre, One Coast Collaboration, SPACE on Ryder Farm, New York Theatre Workshop, The Neighborhood Theatre Project, Normal Ave, The Tribe, and RADD Productions.
He received a BFA in Acting with an emphasis in Directing from Syracuse University. He has also received training through the Araca Project, New York University, Roundabout Theatre Company, The TEAM, artsEquity, The Arts in Education Roundtable of New York City, and New York Theatre Workshop (Former Education Associate).