Andrew McGinn, director, was producer/ director at The Infinite Theatre in NYC where he presented A Doll's House, Seascape with Sharks and Dancer, and The Hotel Plays at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theatre Festival, where he has also served as Supervising Director. As an actor, he has performed in two Broadway premieres (Coast of Utopia, and Invention of Love by Tom Stoppard) produced by Lincoln Center; in five productions at the Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival; in Blue Man Group; and at various notable companies in New York, Seattle, and across the country. He has worked with formative directors including Garland Wright, Jack O'Brien, Daniel Sullivan, Moises Kaufman, Mary Zimmerman, David Esbjornson, Liviu Ciulei, Andre Serban, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, and Nicholas Martin. He holds a degree in acting from The Juilliard School, and will be graduating with an MFA in directing from University of Washington in 2013. He is happily married to the actress Christine Marie Brown.