Andrew Farrier is an actor, director and writer from St. Francisville, Louisiana, currently residing in New Orleans. One of the greatest turns of luck in his life was when Hurricane Katrina closed down Tulane University where he was studying and sent him to the O’Neill National Theater Institute, which graciously took him in for the semester and where he met the artists who were to become his company-mates in Full Stop Collective. Andrew is also a co-founder of the St. Francisville Transitory Theatre, a wandering company based in his hometown. Recent performance credits include Davey in Sick at Southern Rep Theater, Harry Bagley and Martin in Cloud 9, the Father in Six Characters in Search of an Author, and CB in Dog Sees God at Tulane University. Directing credits include a local original adaptation of Charles Mee’s Bobrauschenbergamerica at Le Chat Noir in New Orleans, as well as What Alice Saw There (an original play based on Alice in Wonderland), You Can’t Take it with You, The Alphabet Backwards and The Tempest for the St. Francisville Transitory Theatre. Writings for the stage include Playground Gods, a thesis at Tulane University, and Good Children, a winner of the 2008 Le Chat Noir New Play Festival.