C. Andrew Bauer

C. Andrew Bauer Previous Todd Theatre productions: The Adding Machine (dir. Nigel Maister). NYC: CQ/CX, co-design with Peter Nigrini (dir. David Leveaux, Atlantic Theater Company); An Error of the Moon, written by Luigi Creatore (dir. Kim Weild, Theater Row); Detour, 5 Minutes (New York Live Arts) and Passage (LIU), all with Amanda Selwyn Dance; The Diary of a Teenage Girl, (dirs. Sarah Cameron Sunde and Rachel Eckerling, 3LD Art and Technology Center); Romeo and Juliet (dir. Tony Speciale, CSC); and Milk-n-Honey for Lightbox Theater Company (dir. Ellen Beckerman, 3LD Art and Technology Center, NYC; Ko Festival, Amherst College). Regional: Hydrogen Jukebox (dir. Lawrence Edelson, Fort Worth Opera). As Associate Video Designer, Broadway: The Best Man (dir. Michael Wilson, Schoenfeld Theatre), Fela! (dir. Bill T. Jones, Eugene O'Neill Theatre), 9 to 5: the Musical (dir. Joe Mantello, Marquis Theatre) and Lestat (dir. Robert Jess Roth, Palace Theater). As Associate Video Designer, Off Broadway: Here Lies Love (dir. Alex Timbers, Public Theatre), Far from Heaven (dir. Michael Greif, Playwrights Horizons), Fetch Clay, Make Man (dir. Des McAnuff, NYTW); The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (dir. Eddie Torres, Second Stage) and Wings (dir. John Doyle, Second Stage). As Associate Video Designer, Regional: Sleeping Beauty Wakes, (dir. Rebecca Taichman, McCarter Theater, NJ; LaJolla Theater, CA), The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (dir. Eddie Torres, Geffen Theatre; dir. Jaime Casteñeda, Dallas Theater Center), and Before Night Falls (dir. David Gately), Angels in America (dir. David Gately) and Frau Margot (dir. Frank Corsaro), all at Fort Worth Opera. As Associate Video Designer, International: Fela! (dir. Bill T. Jones, Royal National Theatre, UK). Awards: 2010 Innovative Theater Award for Fetes De La Nuit (dir. Kim Weild, Ohio Theater); Design for Milk-n-Honey featured in USA Exhibition “From the Edge,” 2011 Prague Quadrennial. Andrew was a member of the 1998-1999 Apprentice Company at Actors Theatre of Louisville. He also edited and produced Brooklyn Bound, a narrative feature that premiered at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival.