Andrew Heinrich

Andrew Heinrich

Andrew is a playwright, actor, and violence designer living in San Antonio, Texas. He holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Texas State University. Andrew is a National New Play Network affiliated artist and a member of the Dramatist's Guild. His work has been produced or performed in Texas, New York, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles.

Plays

  • Canvas
    A homeless man approaches the mother of a fallen US Soldier for help with a refill on his coffee, and finds himself in a struggle to justify the very jacket on his back.
  • Jersey Beef
    Two extraterrestrial scouts, returning home on the Staten Island ferry after a long day of relaxing at the beech and eating a couple of locals, debate the survival of the earth as we know it. They also eat popcorn, and people from Jersey.
  • Feet of Stone
    The Subject tries to convince The Artist to escape with him before she is able to complete her work. War rages outside her studio, and within.
  • Flood
    Jacob welcomes his young friend Anders back home after six months away at a military camp. Before long, Jacob realizes just how far Anders has been drawn into the indoctrination and ideology of the regime that controls their world. Jacob chooses to risk everything to save his young friend's soul.

  • 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.
  • Instructions for Dancing
    Alessandro Genaro, a famous painter and widower, hires a dance teacher in an effort to reconnect with his deceased wife. His college-age daughter fights to bring Alessandro out of his studio and back into the world, and Alessandro struggles to find a reason to connect to the world that took so much away from him.