An intimate love story to enchant us again and again.
Andrew Lee Creech
Andrew is a locally grown playwright, actor and hip-hop artist. He has appeared in productions on many Seattle stages including the Intiman Theatre Festival, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, ACT Theatre, Theatre Off Jackson, and ArtsWest. He most recently appeared as Jackson in Buzzer, and Sam/Scratchy in Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play (at ACT Theatre) and George Bailey and company in the one-man Wonderful Life at ArtsWest. Andrew is also a voice-over artist, lending his voice to the video game State of Decay and will make his film debut in the indie film Better Than Love, releasing in 2016. Andrew holds a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts, is a proud member of Parley, A Playwrights’ Group, and holds the position of Regional Ambassador for the Dramatists Guild of America.