Bill Andrews

Bill Andrews

Bill has been working in and around theater for his entire adult life. Performance remains a passion, and Bill is particularly proud of work on: Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens, Urinetown the Musical!, Jerry Springer the Opera, and Frost/Nixon, all at Playhouse on the Square or Circuit Playhouse, and To Kill a Mockingbird at Theatre Memphis. 2010 marked his debut as Captain Hook, a role he has always admired, in Playhouse on the Square’s newly mounted Peter Pan.

Training in acting, set design, and construction provided the foundation for a career designing and building sets and environments for museums, corporate and entertainment events, television, and the stage; formerly with Memphis Scenic, and currently with Good Show LLC. Clients include Medtronic, BRIDGES, WREG, WPTY, Urban Art Commission and Archer>Malmo Advertising.

Bill has served for 18 years as designer and director of the National Civil Rights Museum’s Freedom Award Event, an annual benefit that has brought to Memphis honorees and performers including Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama, Oprah, Bill Clinton, Bono, Stevie Wonder, Faith Hill, and Angela Bassett. It has been an honor to meet and serve so many wonderful people, and such a valuable organization.


Appearances


Role   Show
Ensemble ..................... Halloween Show 2011
Chorus ..................... Oedipus the King, Act I
Chorus ..................... Oedipus the King, Act II
Chorus ..................... Oedipus the King, Act III
Fletcher McGee ..................... Spoon River Anthology, Part 1




Auditions

The Nature of Captivity
By Matthew Paul Olmos
Directed by Robert Arnold
If you're in the Memphis area and would like to participate in a Chatterbox recording, check out our open call for auditions!




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