MacLeod Andrews is an actor and voice actor in Los Angeles
He is a Company Member of Rising Phoenix Rep theater company
News & Views
The News & Views page is where you'll find updates on what MacLeod is up to and hopefully a thoughtful reflection or funny story here and there. This is the blog of my blog-site.
Friday, April 18, 2008
4-20 not just great for green
4/20 is also my birthday! It's terribly ironic that I don't smoke pot. To celebrate, I'm going to return from this festival and audition for a student film TIDE being done by a NEW SCHOOL student. Maybe I'll go by Magnolia to get myself a cupcake.
The Common Swallow by David Caudle. Workshop Sept. '09 at 45 Bleeker St.
Diary of a Young Girl by Meyer Levin. A radio-play performed Sept. '09 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
Slipping by Daniel Talbott. July-August '09 at Rattlestick Playwright's Theater. Presented by RPR/PiecebyPiece & Rattlestick.
Nobody by Crystal Skillman, directed by Daniel Talbott Presented by Rising Phoenix Rep, Feb. '09 at the 7th Street Small Stage. __________________________________________ Too Much Memory by Keith Reddin & Meg Gibson December, 2008
New York Theater Workshop's Jonathan Larson Lab __________________________________________ Too Much Memory by Keith Reddin & Meg Gibson 2008 Fringe Festival- Outstanding Play Award __________________________________________ Somewhere in the Pacific by Neal Bell Directed by Jim Petosa July, 1 - July, 26 (2008) (Full Schedule)
Atlantic Stage 2 330 West 16 St. New York, New York __________________________________________ Something in a Theatre a collection of short plays directed by Maegan Mishico, performed by MacLeod Andrews and Neil D'Astolfo
Wednesday July 23 & Thursday July 24 @ 10:30 pm at Atlantic Stage 2 space __________________________________________ How to Stage a Proper Revolution a staged reading of a new play by Alec Strum
Monday, July 14 @ 7:30 pm at Atlantic Stage 2 space __________________________________________ Crossing Over: The Vietnam Stories Adapted by Andrew Sneed from the original text by Richard Currey (a staged reading)
Friday, July 11 @ 10:30 pm at Atlantic Stage 2 space __________________________________________