Andrew performed on the 2012 Tony Awards with the cast of the award winning musical NEWSIES.
Andrew won the BroadwayWorld.com Audience Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for his performance in NEWSIES.
Andrew is thrilled to have signed with Innovative Artists Agency.
Andrew was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for his performance in NEWSIES.
Andrew was the guest bartender on WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE hosted by Andy Cohen on BravoTV.
Andrew was nominated for a Broadway.com Audience Choice Award for Best Actor in a musical for his performance in NEWSIES.
Andrew wrapped the season finale of SUBMISSIONS ONLY. Guest stars for the finale included Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Nick Jonas, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Harvey Fierstein and many more.
Andrew was profiled for his acting and directing for NEWSIES and SUBMISSIONS ONLY in Entertainment Weekly.
Andrew and his sister, Celia Keenan-Bolger were profiled in the NY Daily News as a brother and sister team both starring on Broadway.
Andrew and Kate Wetherhead were profiled as writer/director team in the Associated Press for their work on SUBMISSIONS ONLY.
Andrew opened the Broadway production of NEWSIES. He created and is currently playing the role of "Crutchie."
Andrew's webseries, SUBMISSIONS ONLY was profiled in The Wall Street Journal.
Andrew graced the cover of Backstage and was listed as one of the "New Kids" of Broadway.
Andrew's webseries, SUBMISSIONS ONLY was featured in Entertainment Weekly's "Must List" as a new must watch webseries.
SUBMISSIONS ONLY made it onto New York Magazine's "Approval Matrix" in the Lowbrow-Brilliant quadrant.
Andrew guest wrote an article for the Huffington Post on depictions of gay characters in the media.
Andrew is directing Gavin Creel's debut music video for his song, "Noise" off his forthcoming album.
Andrew has returned to the Broadway company of MARY POPPINS to play "Robertson Ay."
Andrew performed the song "The Blank Space" in the Broadway In South Africa Gala.
Andrew created the role of "Crutchie" in the world premiere of Disney's NEWSIES at the Papermill Playhouse.
Andrew's webseries, SUBMISSIONS ONLY, began its Season 2, now exclusively available on BroadwayWorld.com.
Andrew created the role of "Omar" in the world premiere of Disney's ALADDIN at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, WA.
Andrew is playing the lead role in a reading of the new musical HELLO OUT THERE at Playwrights Horizons.
Andrew sang "Stupid Boys" in Ryan Scott Oliver's Songbook Concert at Joe's Pub.
Andrew played the role of "David" in the reading of TORCH SONG TRILOGY
for Manhattan Theatre Club opposite T.R. Knight.
Andrew has signed with Intrepid Talent Management and will be working
with them in addition to his agents, Carson-Adler Agency.
Andrew is playing the role of Mike TeaVee in the reading of Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman's CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY. The reading is directed by Sam Mendes.
Andrew and Kate Wetherhead have written, directed, produced the pilot episode of SUBMISSIONS ONLY, a new webseries about auditioning for theatre in New York.
Andrew recently starred in the reading of the 2010 Richard Rodgers Award winner, ROCKET SCIENCE at Playwright's Horizons.
Andrew is currently playing the role of "Robertson Ay" in the Broadway company of MARY POPPINS.
Andrew played the role of "Omar" in the premiere reading of Disney's ALADDIN.
Andrew starred as the role of "Jesse" in the reading of TUCK EVERLASTING with a score by Chris Miller & Nathan Tysen and book by Claudia Shear. Directed by Casey Nicholaw, the reading also featured Carolee Carmello, Terrence Mann and John Dossett.
Andrew is currently working on a revised version of the Lee Adams and Charles Strouse musical, IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE, IT'S SUPERMAN at Dallas Theatre Center. Playing the role of "Torchy," he is working alongside Matt Cavenaugh, Patrick Cassidy and Jenny Powers.
Andrew recently played the role of "Crutchy" in the premiere reading of Disney's NEWSIES.
Andrew finished up a year on the First National Tour of MARY POPPINS where he played "Robertson Ay."
Andrew is the recent grand prize winner of the Lonely Planet "My Journey" filmmaking contest. His winning entry "Taste of Philly" beat out hundreds of other entries in this nation wide contest.
Andrew has joined the team of the new theatre website MTI Show Space (www.mtishowspace.com) as contributing filmmaker, producing original material that follows his life as a working actor.
Andrew wrapped the series finale of THE BATTERY'S DOWN (www.thebatterysdown.com), a musical webseries for which he was a regular on for two seasons.