Patrick Andrews biography
At Writers Theatre: Parade, Do The Hustle
Select stage credits include The Iceman Cometh (BAM/Goodman Theatre), American Buffalo (Steppenwolf Theatre Company/McCarter Theatre), Red (Goodman Theatre/Arena Stage), The Normal Heart (Timeline Theatre Company), Metamorphoses (Lookingglass Theatre Company), Fosse (National Tour), The Homosexuals, The Pride (About Face Theatre), The Book Thief (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), Speech and Debate, The People’s Temple (American Theatre Company), Cabaret (Drury Lane Oakbrook), Camelot (Westport Playhouse), Saved (Kansas City Repertory), West Side Story (Walnut Street Theatre), The Snow Queen (Victory Gardens Theatre), The Sparrow, Dorian (The House Theatre of Chicago) and has devised performances and studied at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center. Select film and television credits include Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party (BAMcinemaFest/NY Times Feature/Netflix), Chicago Code (FOX) and Chicago Fire (NBC). His choreography extends from art galleries to musicals and music videos, from David Cromer’s Cherrywood (Mary Arrchie Theatre Co.), working with LGBTQ youth in Queertopia (About Face Theatre Co.) and physically and vocally articulating queer-electro-pop music in his band BAATHHAUS with performances ranging from MCA Chicago’s David Bowie Is exhibit to Austin’s queer music festival STARGAYZER and various performance and music venues in between. Patrick was named a Top Theatrical Performance of 2012 by The New Yorker, a Chicago LGBTA 30 Under 30 by the Windy City Times and is an ensemble member of American Theatre Company, About Face Theatre and a member of the multi-city artist collective Goldmine.
[Bio as of March 2017]