Keith Andrews is a director/choreographer based in New York City. He has directed and choreographed musicals and plays throughout the United States. Keith’s directing credits include the National Tours of The Full Monty and Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh. He directed and choreographed the Regional Premieres of Rock of Ages, The Wedding Singer, Spamalot and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Keith also directed the World Premiere of Cold as Ice, the first book-musical performed entirely on ice.
Keith has directed and choreographed at regional theaters throughout the country. Large-scale productions include The Addams Family, South Pacific, Young Frankenstein, My Fair Lady, Avenue Q (2 productions), The Full Monty (5 productions), Saturday Night Fever, The Rocky Horror Show, The Drowsy Chaperone, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Side Show, Barnum, Sweet Charity, Urinetown, The Pirates of Penzance, and many more. Smaller-scale musicals include My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra (5 productions), Forever Plaid (3 productions), Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (9 productions), Nunsense, Always... Patsy Cline, The Marvelous Wonderettes, Breaking Up is Hard to Do, and Shout! the Mod Musical, just to name a few. Keith’s play directing credits include The Dining Room, Dirty Blonde and The Triangle.
Keith's 2015 production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at the New London Barn Playhouse won six New Hampshire Theater Awards, including Best Director, Best Choreographer and Best Musical.
As a choreographer and associate director, Keith recently worked on The Gig at the New York Musical Theater Festival, the World Premiere of The Christmas Rose at Carnegie Hall, and the World Premiere of Love, Incorporated. Keith’s work on the show Like You Like It garnered critical acclaim and earned him an Innovative Theater Award for Best Production of a Musical and a nomination for Best Choreography. On the ice, Keith directed and choreographed Home for the Holidays - a Celebration on Ice, starring 2014 Olympic Gold Medalists Charlie White and Meryl Davis, and 2010 Olympic Gold Medalist Evan Lysacek. He also directed and choreographed two productions of the Stars, Stripes and Skates benefit to support survivors and families that were directly affected by 9/11.
In educational theater, Keith directs and choreographs musical theater industry showcases at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC. His directing credits also include Legally Blonde at the University of Buffalo and many musicals at the USDAN Center for the Performing Arts, on Long Island.
As a performer, Keith has toured nationally and internationally with West Side Story, Mame, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Goodbye Girl, The Phantom of the Opera, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and The Radio City Christmas Spectacular.