Andrew Lee Creech

Playwright Composer Lyricist Librettist Dramatist

Andrew is a writer, performer, and teaching artist proudly hailing from the Pacific Northwest. His full-length plays include RiverwoodThe Wild-Hearted, and JOURNEY WEST: The Legend of Lewis & Clark (world premiere 2018, Copious Love). His short plays have received readings and productions with companies throughout Seattle including: Radial Theater Project, Playing in Progress, The Horse in Motion, Seattle Playwrights' Collective, and Fantastic.Z. Up next:  Riverwood will receive a one-night reading in REPRESENT! A multicultural playwrights' festival (April 2019).

Recent Acting Credits: Corky Baker in And in this Corner: Cassius Clay, directed by Malika Oyetimein (Seattle Children's Theatre). Bobo in A Raisin in the Sun, directed by Timothy McCuen Piggee (Seattle Repertory Theatre). Andrew holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting with an emphasis in Playwriting and Directing from Cornish College of the Arts. He is a Regional Ambassador (Seattle) for the Dramatists Guild of America, an alum of Parley--A Playwrights' Group, and is represented by Topo Swope Talent.