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Andrew Grusetskie

(Simon, the Scourge of Stagflation) is an Associate Artist with Active EyE theater and has appeared in its productions of Hard Lovin’ Ever After (Sam Nash), Woyzeck (the Doctor) and Senjo (Ryu), and wrote the adaptation of Dojoji, which premiered at the Cleveland Public Theater in 2004. He is also a founding member of Split Knuckle Theatre, and helped create and perform their production of John Steinbeck’s The Pearl at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2006 (“five stars,” The Scotsman) and Bucharest Festival of International Theater 2007. In New York, credits include The Voyage of the Carcass (Stage 13), Misogamy (HERE), Life is a Dream (Edge Theater Co.), and the Noh drama Izutsu (HERE/Lincoln Center Directors Lab). His regional work includes The School for Scandal and The Odyssey at the McCarter Theatre, Arabian Nights at Connecticut Rep, and Proof, Stones in His Pockets and Rough Crossing, all at Northern Stage. He has taught Dramatic Techniques as part of the US Performing Arts Camps. Andrew is a graduate of Yale University and of the London International School of Performing Arts.

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