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In The Heights; Photo: Lawrence Peart (2014)

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Andrea Hart

Andrea Hart

Andrea L. Hart is a writer, director, performer and educator. Her productions have been listed as one of the “10 Most Memorable Moments in Art and Entertainment” and garnered a “Best New Theater Company” award. Her work has been supported by grants from Puffin Foundation West, Theater Bay Area, Venturous Theater Fund and has been developed at Great Plains Theatre Conference, the MacDowell Colony and CounterPulse in San Francisco. She was a semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neill Theater Conference and the Bay Area Playwrights Festival. Her devised piece, “Skinned,” was most recently performed at the #AmericanAF Festival at New Ohio Theater in NYC. Her experimental short films have been official selections at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival and the Columbus International Film and Video Festival. She creates large, sprawling site-specific acts of community political engagement with Ochlos Theatre Lab and is co-founder of 6NewPlays, a producing collective of Bay Area playwrights. She has over 10 years experience teaching drama to grades K–12 in classrooms ranging from small private, independent schools to large, public institutions and everything in between. She most recently served as director of education and public programming at Oceanside Museum of Art where she instituted its first ever performance art residency. Find out more at: www.andrealhart.org.

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