Andrew Johns began his artistic career designing sets for theatres around the country, including the Off-Broadway production of The Tempest with Ed Asner, the one-act opera The Bald Prima Donna at the Amato Opera, and Summer stock theatres throughout New England and the Midwest. He created masks for the Drama department at Vassar College and The New Theatre, among others. Andrew's murals have been commissioned by private and business clients in the NYC area, including the former casting offices of Donna DeSeta on Spring street, and his theatre-themed greeting cards are carried by the Drama Book Shop. Andrew is a published playwright, whose works have been produced Off-Broadway, at dozens of Regional Theatres, and Internationally. His plays Fridays and Why Am I Always Alone When I'm With You? aka The Return of Herbert Bracewell are both published by Dramatists Play Service. You may view his writing resume here. He's also written and acted in a series of comedic videos with director/actor Ray Edelstein, which may be viewed on their YouTube channel, yacobsladder. And he's appeared as an actor On and Off Broadway, and in film, most recently the Cannes-nominated short film 'Give Up The Ghost', and Jochim Trier's 'Louder Than Bombs, with Isabelle Huppert. Currently, he penned the short film Bliss, starring Louise Lasser and Greg Mullavey, making the festival rounds.
Andrew's paintings are included in this beautiful hardcover book, which features 100 painters from around the world. Available here. 'Through this book, readers will travel the world and discover amazing contemporary artists and their important works of art. This book is a must for serious art collectors, enthusiasts, gallery owners, and artists.' Published by Schiffer Publishing, Danijela Kracun & Charles McFadden, authors.