AP Andrews


A.P. Andrews is a New York City-based playwright and theater maker. His Nebraska Cycle is a series of ten plays about life in the rural Midwest, and includes Abby in the Summer, Burning Barn, The Girl with the Red Balloon, Tailgates, Three More Sundays, Meth and Kisses, Cecil and Rose, Homesteads, Maria Barone Comes Home, and Winter Visits. His Seaside Cycle is a series of four magical plays about love, loyalty, jealousy and grief, and includes Tidal Shifts, Optimism Or, On the Ascent, and The Night Before. Other works include what the water gave me, it probably doesn’t matter, On the Outskirts of Corrales NM, LARK/SONG, Constantin, Ashling, Tommy and His Stars and Stripes, Jolly the Christmas Walrus, This Might Hurt a Little, and two collections of one-act plays entitled Awake and Dreaming and Corners of the World. His plays have been performed and developed in Nebraska, New York, Idaho, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Washington, North Carolina and London. He is the Literary Manager and Dramaturg for the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, co-founder (with Kaela Mei-Shing Garvin) of 6×6 Writer’s Group, and Playwright in Residence at the Red Cloud Opera House in Red Cloud, Nebraska. He is a graduate of NYU’s Playwrights Horizons Theater School where he studied with Jeni Mahoney, as well as an MFA Candidate at Hunter College under the tutelage of Brighde Mullins, Annie Baker and Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. www.apandrewsplays.com.