Andrew Morton

Artist-in-Residence

Andrew is an award-winning playwright whose plays include Bloom (a Dorothy Webb Prize winner at the 2013 Write Now Festival and winner of the 2013 Aurand Harris Memorial Playwriting Award), February (shortlisted for the 2007 Royal Court Young Writers Festival), Drive-Thru Nativity (Blue Elephant Theatre). Originally from the UK, he worked as a teaching artist and practitioner both internationally and with several UK-based theatre companies, and served as Education Officer at the Blue Elephant Theatre in London where he ran the Young People's Theatre and the Speak Out Forum Theatre Project. Andrew holds a BA in Theatre from the University of Michigan-Flint (where he now teaches Playwriting and Theatre History) and an MA in Community Arts from Goldsmiths College-University of London.

Drama School Instructor

In addition to being an award-winning playwright, Andrew has taught several FYT Drama School classes and workshops. Originally from the UK, he worked as a teaching artist and practitioner both internationally and with several UK-based theatre companies, and served as Education Officer at the Blue Elephant Theatre in London where he ran the Young People's Theatre and the Speak Out Forum Theatre Project. Andrew holds a BA in Theatre from the University of Michigan-Flint (where he now teaches Playwriting and Theatre History) and an MA in Community Arts from Goldsmiths College-University of London.


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