Andrew Heinrich

Andrew Heinrich

Andrew is a playwright, actor, and violence designer living in San Antonio, Texas and pursuing an MFA in Dramatic Writing at Texas State University. Andrew earned a BFA in Theatre through Texas State University, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2014. Andrew's play FLOOD was recently selected for development at the Kennedy Center and National New Play Network MFA Playwright Workshop. Other works include...
Andrew is a playwright, actor, and violence designer living in San Antonio, Texas and pursuing an MFA in Dramatic Writing at Texas State University. Andrew earned a BFA in Theatre through Texas State University, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2014. Andrew's play FLOOD was recently selected for development at the Kennedy Center and National New Play Network MFA Playwright Workshop. Other works include TERMINAL C (KCACTF National Semifinalist for the John Cauble Award) and MAPPING EVELINE (KCACTF Regional Finalist for the Gary Garrison 10-minute play award).

Plays

  • Flood
    Jacob, an aging pacifist living under the oppression of a near-future fascist regime, serves as a father figure and mentor for Anders, who comes to Jacob to escape his shattering home. Jacob, secretly working for the resistance, attempts to bring Anders into the fold, to test Anders's ability to accept the truth, and to appeal to the young man's better angels. The two have a falling out at the end of...
    Jacob, an aging pacifist living under the oppression of a near-future fascist regime, serves as a father figure and mentor for Anders, who comes to Jacob to escape his shattering home. Jacob, secretly working for the resistance, attempts to bring Anders into the fold, to test Anders's ability to accept the truth, and to appeal to the young man's better angels. The two have a falling out at the end of act I, and in Act II (10 years later) come back together under even harsher circumstances. Jacob again battles for Anders's soul as the flood rises around them.
  • The Liberation and Occupation of the Fort Sam McClure Federal Botanical Reserve
    Two self styled patriots occupy a botanical reserve in northern Utah, taking two hostages in their attempt to resist the federal government. Genevieve and Dr. Troy have to find a way to get out of the situation alive as things continue to escalate and spin out of control. The play is a satire that tackles the militia movement, white supremacy, homophobia, and explores where the line for redress of grievance...
    Two self styled patriots occupy a botanical reserve in northern Utah, taking two hostages in their attempt to resist the federal government. Genevieve and Dr. Troy have to find a way to get out of the situation alive as things continue to escalate and spin out of control. The play is a satire that tackles the militia movement, white supremacy, homophobia, and explores where the line for redress of grievance should be drawn.
  • Terminal C
    Candice arrives at the Airport, and discovers very quickly that everything is not as it seems. She's forced to make her way through the terminal to find her lost husband, and to come to terms with what they endured and the consequences of what brought her to Terminal C in the first place.
  • Mapping Eveline
    Leonard hires Eveline, a very high priced call girl, and makes an impossible request of her. The two of them struggle over mind and body, free will, and causal reality.