Andy Blaustein

Andy is a senior theater education major with an emphasis in performance. He was most recently seen as Jack: The Minstrel in Emerson Stage’s production of Incorruptible directed by Benny Sato Ambush. He also appeared as Aaron McKinney in the nation wide staged reading of The Laramie Project: The Epilogue produced in partnership with the Theater Tectonic Project, Emerson College, and The Majestic Theater. In the summer of 2008, Andy was an apprentice at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Williamstown, MA. He was seen at the Festival as Vic in the show Up Up and Away as part of a directing studio project series.

Andy Blaustein



Up, Up and Away Lead Williamstown Theater Festival, MA
Incorruptible Lead Emerson Stage, MA

Dir. Benny Sato Ambush

The Corn Is Green Ensemble Huntington Theater Company, MA

Dir. Nicholas Martin

Romeo and Juliet Lead Theater In The Open, MA
Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland Supporting Theater In the Open, MA
The Laramie Project: The Epilogue Lead Tectonic Theater Project/

Emerson College, MA

J.B. Lead Rareworks Theater Company, MA
Sangre De Un Angel: An Original Bilingal Show Supporting Emerson Stage Touring Production, MA


Acting: Kristen Johnson (Master Acting Workshop),  Ken Cheeseman, Kay Cole (Acting For The Camera) David Krasner (Classics and Shakespeare, Scene Study) Amelia Broome (Voice-Linklater), Sarah Hickler (Movement), and Brad Lemack (Business of Acting).

Special Skills

Performance Poetry, Accents (Scottish, Russian, Cockney, New York, Southern), Intermediate Juggler, Soccer, Basketball, and Frisbee.


B.A. Theater Education – Acting, Emerson College

Williamstown Theater Festival – Apprentice

Michael Donovan Casting – Intern


Height: 5’8. Weight: 135. Hair Color: Brown. Eye Color: Blue


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