Andrea Lynn Green



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THE SUPER
7/20/2016

Excited to share with you that I’ve been busy working on THE SUPER with director Stephan Rick, featuring an amazing cast & crew that you’ll just have to check out here on IMDB.

GENESIS
5/09/2016

GENESIS, a new play by playwright Steven Fechter (The Woodsman) had a reading in NYC June 1st at Shetler Studios (Theatre 54). I was thrilled to be a part of the cast! Directed by Emmy winning Michael Laibson, this dark compelling drama had a sold out house with standing room only! Excited to see what comes next for this play.

THE RENOVATION screening at Lincoln Center
4/29/2016

April 28th was the first screening THE RENOVATION at Lincoln Center, in the Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center, an absolutely beautiful space. Getting to see everyone’s hard work up on the big screen for the first time was so thrilling. I’m very proud of it, and am so grateful to have worked with such wonderful people to create such a gem of a film. www.therenovationshortfilm.com Written and Directed by Brian Hugh O’Neill.

Festivals!
3/25/2016

CAT PLANET has been accepted into the Chattanooga Film Festival!

“Nanette, Thomas, and Madeleine are the picture of Brooklyn gentrification: white, middle class, liberal arts-educated potheads who are suddenly faced with a brutal truth: Cats are f***ing aliens, and the fate of humanity and felinity is in their incompetent, jobless hands.” – www.thisiscatplanet.com

I play Eugenia, ex girlfriend of Thomas, in the final episode. Eugenia is dedicated to living a victorian lifestyle with her beloved cat Fuzzy Boots (played by my darling kitty Walter) who, unbeknownst to her, is the evil and ambitious ruler of all cats, seeking the destruction of mankind. Yup.

Pssst…I’m over here in the final episode, but it’s way more fun to watch all 8! Binge away!

And…

THE RENOVATION has been invited to screen at the Big Eddy Film Festival in September 2016! More details to come!

THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA
2/11/2016

On February 10th at 8:00 on NBC, I was on THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA with the fantastic Debra Messing! If you couldn’t catch it on your TV, you can find the episode on now Hulu!

THE GLASS MENAGERIE (again!)
10/30/2015

The second leg of our co-production of The Glass Menagerie was a great success at The Gulfshore Playhouse in Naples, Florida. Founded by Artistic Director Kristen Coury, this rising star of a theatre company brought new life to Tennessee Williams’ classic under her direction. I got to play a dream role surrounded by the beauty of Naples, Florida. The honor of playing Laura Wingfield was a tremendous experience that I will take with me forever.

THE GLASS MENAGERIE
9/12/2015

We had a beautiful run of The Glass Menagerie at the Weston Playhouse Theatre Company in Weston, Vermont. Lucky are we to get the chance to do it again, as we will all soon bring this production down to the Gulfshore Playhouse in Naples, Florida. It was a wonderful experience in Weston, and I can’t wait to start the second leg of our journey with this Tennessee Williams masterpiece.

WELCOME HOME (My original full length play)
5/12/2015

My original full length play WELCOME HOME  received its first professional reading at Primary Stages this past February, 2015. The play is currently in further development, much thanks to the success of the reading. WELCOME HOME was directed by Mark Nelson, with a cast that included Leslie Hendrix, Maggie Burke, Jenny Leona, William Youmans, and Stephen Hu. Check back for updates as I search for the proper home for this play.

COVER OF AMERICAN THEATRE MAGAZINE
3/31/2015


Check it out! Look who made the cover! Our production of VANYA & SONIA & MASHA & SPIKE was chosen to be the cover of the April 2015 issue of AMERICAN THEATRE MAGAZINE! I think that’s pretty cool. If you can get past looking at our Spike stretching in his undies, I’m right in the center with the bright red hair!

VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE
7/03/2014

Here is a photo of me and the wonderful Mark Nelson in the Hartford Stage Production of VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE. Click here to read the New York Times review.