A.P. Andrews

A.P. Andrews (Playwright) is a New York City based playwright who was born and raised in the small town of Superior, Nebraska. His Nebraska Cycle is a series of ten plays about life in the rural Midwest, and includes Abby in the Summer,Burning Barn, The Girl with the Red Balloon, Tailgates, Three More Sundays, Meth and Kisses, Cecil and Marie, Homesteads, Christian Barone Comes Home, and Winter Visits. Other works include Constantin, Higher, Tommy and His Stars and Stripes, Jolly the Christmas Walrus, This Might Hurt a Little, Optimism Or, and two collections of one-act plays entitled Awake and Dreaming and Corners of the World. His plays have been performed and developed in Nebraska, New York, Idaho, and London. He is the Producing Associate for the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, and a teaching assistant for the playwriting program at NYU's Playwrights Horizons Theater School. Endless thanks to Beth, the cast, and the entire Shelterbelt team for their support, talent, and hard work. @anthonypandrews, w