Andrew R. Butler

Andrew R. ButlerAndrew R. Butler is a current member of Ars Nova's Uncharted music/theater writers' group where he is working on a storytelling folk-musical called Finn the Fearless. He received the 2014 Boris Sagal Fellowship at The Williamstown Theater Festival where he wrote music and lyrics for a new musical, The Dixon Family Album. In summer 2013 he was WTF's Free Theater Composer, and was in the Non-Equity Acting Company. As a performer: Folk Wandering (Joe's Pub, Ars Nova), Rags Parkland (Ars Nova, JACK), Obskene (HERE/The Talking Band), with Theater Reconstruction Ensemble: MashaMashaMasha (HERE), Set in The Living Room of a Small Town American Play (Walkerspace). He is a founding member of experimental theater company harunalee. With harunalee: She Sleeps (Ars Nova), These Robes Those Robes (Dixon Place), TROIKA (Bushwick Starr), Plum de Force (Bushwick Starr), WAR LESBIAN (Dixon Place), Dog Gone Day (Danspace, Little Theater). Andrew performs and teaches with nationally renowned arts education organization Story Pirates.  Andrew holds a BFA from the Experimental Theater Wing at NYU.

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