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Feb 10

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ANDREW’S BLOG

Welcome to my blog! I only post when I have some news, or see something I want to recommend. Browse, and enjoy!  Thanks for visiting.

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Sep 17

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I Begin a Small Recurring Role on “Gotham” with the 9/21 Season Premiere on Fox Network!

I can’t say who I play or what happens, but at last I can reveal that over the summer months, I’ve been shooting with the fabulous cast, crew, directors, and producers of the hit Batman prequel, Gotham.  My first appearance will be in the Season 4 Premiere tonight (9/21) on the Fox Network. I’ve never […]

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Aug 17

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I Have a New Recurring Role on a Hit Prime-Time TV Show This Fall!!

I can’t tell you the name of the show. Or of my character.  Or what my cool costumes are like. Or anything. Yet. But I CAN tell you I’ve booked a fun little role in a hit prime-time TV series, and that the role has just become recurring!  Whether I’ll appear more than a couple […]

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Aug 17

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Premiere of Mike Reiss Play “It’s All in the Execution” at 2017 Writing the Rockies Conference

This July, I had the great pleasure of sharing the stage with Sam Robards (so great in The 39 Steps on Broadway, among other projects) for the finale of the fantastic 2017 Writing the Rockies conference at Western State Colorado University in Gunnison, CO. Such a smart, sweet, and funny man. And the pleasure was increased […]

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Aug 17

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Teaching Presentation Skills to Graduate Student Poets and Novelists

This was my second year as a member of the graduate creative writing faculty at Western State Colorado University, in Gunnison, Colorado.  I was first hired in 2016 by my Harvard classmate David Rothman, head of the program and of the poetry concentration, to teach a summer intensive on presentation skills to second-year grad ...

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Jan 17

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Watch for me in “The Good Fight” on CBS All Access March 12th!

Despite the sudden closure of the Cheers Live on Stage tour, I did land one nifty bit part before the end of 2016. I was cast as Nicholas Haight in the upcoming streaming drama, The Good Fight, which will premiere this Spring on the new CBS All Access channel. My role was small; most of my lines were […]

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Jan 17

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New Year and New Projects!

Sorry I haven’t posted in quite a while. Many who know me have heard that the wonderful Cheers Live on Stage tour shuttered suddenly halfway through its Chicago run.  The producers simply never found an effective way to advertise the show and accomplish the all-important task of selling tickets. The entire company was ...

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Aug 16

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Big News: I’m in the “Cheers Live On Stage” National Tour!

At last I can share this news: I’m playing the fabulous role of the mysterious Eric Finch in the upcoming Cheers Live On Stage national tour, which opens this September where I grew up: Boston, MA. I’m beyond thrilled to be working again with the fantastic and delightful Matt Lenz (who directed me in the award-winning ...

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May 16

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May Contest! Win a Copy of My New Audiobook “Black Sails White Rabbits”

I’m celebrating the release of my first audiobook narration, Black Sails, White Rabbits; Cancer Was The Easy Part, by holding a raffle!   If you’d like to win a FREE copy of this audiobook, just make a comment on this post including your real name before 11:59pm on May 30th, 2016. I will compile all the names, pick ...

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May 16

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Great Reviews for “Like Money in the Bank”

Well, “Like Money in the Bank” has closed, so I’ve taken a look at the reviews.  I’m so happy the play and production received so many nice notices.  And I’m tickled that critics enjoyed my work, as I had a great time performing my three very different roles: The cast is made up of bold, […]

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Mar 16

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My First Audiobook: Black Sails, White Rabbits; Cancer Was the Easy Part

I’m delighted to share that I’ve just recorded my first audiobook.   And I’m especially thrilled because of how it all came about. As you may know, I’m a major Lewis Carroll/Alice fan, and I presented some staged readings of my new, original play Through the Looking-Glass Darkly at the October 2015 ALICE150 ...

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