Million Dollar Quartet - Riverside Theatre

"You’re going to surrender to the joy of rock ‘n roll in Riverside Theatre’s tightly crafted production of 'Million Dollar Quartet.'...Director/choreographer Keith Andrews and lighting designer Yael Lubetzky keep the stage electrified with energy and crisp precision."
-Pam Harbaugh, Brevard Culture (January 5, 2018)

"The crowd at Tuesday night’s opening of “Million Dollar Quartet” couldn’t stop applauding the production. For almost 20 minutes, people at the nearly sold-out Vero Beach show stood clapping, dancing and singing."
-Angela Smith, TCPalm (January 4, 2018)

Little Shop of Horrors - Gateway Playhouse

Check out video of the cast on MyLITV and an interview with Keith in the Long Island Advance!

"A superb production...boasting an outstanding Broadway caliber cast... A brilliant cast and endearing story make for a fun night of theatre."
-Melissa Giordano, Broadway World (August 30, 2017)

"A nonsensical musical comedy that is as entertaining as it is ludicrous... The gripping music keeps you laser-focused on the events unfolding... It's truly amazing how the production team at Gateway brought Audrey II to life."
-Genevieve Horsburgh, Dan's Papers (August 29, 2017)

"The much anticipated musical comedy delivers, tongue firmly in cheek... The cast breathes life into Howard Ashman and Alan Menken's well-loved, fun score."
-Tara Smith, Long Island Advance (September 1, 2017)

A Wall Apart - NYMF

“A Wall Apart is a smart, high-energy exercise in idealism, a rock musical with love and politics on its mind… In a confident production directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews, an excellent cast breathes life into fully drawn characters.”
-Laura Collins-Hughes, New York Times, (July 30, 2017)

“A thrilling, finely wrought production...Kudos to the skillful, adroit, and versatile musicians…, the exceptional ensemble, and the uber-talented Keith Andrews, whose direction and choreography is insightful and spot-on great.
-Carole Di Tosti, Blog Critics, (August 3, 2017)

“Great choreography by Keith Andrews holds the intensity of the production. Andrews, also the director, has made certain that the dialogue is snappy, and that the screen and live theatrical images really move. There is something terrific about the staging.”
-Marcina Zaccaria, Theater Pizzazz, (August 2, 2017)

“Energized, fast paced, contagiously vibrant...It’s a lovely and attractive production that will leave you rocking on your seat. It also presents impressive and stylish choreography performed with vitality by the beautiful cast.”
-Roger Costa, Brazilian Press, (July 31, 2017)

The Rocky Horror Show - Gateway Playhouse

"Director-choreographer Keith Andrews throws a "Rocky Horror" party."
- Steve Parks, Newsday (August 30, 2016)

"A show so spectacular it's obvious why it has such a devoted following...Directed by Keith Andrews, The Rocky Horror Showis a phenomenon that you cannot miss. If you've never seen it, you should - and if you have seen it, Gateway's production will not disappoint!...Delightful and contagious - all you want to do is get up and dance.
- Genevieve Horsburgh, Dan's Papers (August 31, 2016)

"This cast is marvelous...Gateway's production is exceedingly well done."
-Kristen Weyer, NY Theatre Guide (August 30, 2016)

Saturday Night Fever - Gateway Playhouse and Ogunquit Playhouse

"The Keith Andrews directed company was absolutely superb...everyone in the large company is truly top notch. The musical flows well and has added energy. Another hit for the Gateway...a wonderful, fun night of the theater."
- Melissa Giordano, Broadway World (September 2, 2015)

"Directed by Keith Andrews, who brought the '80s alive earlier this summer with Gateway's production of Rock of Ages, this production showcases another iconic era and will bring you back in time to experience the clothing, the hair, the songs and the dancing of the '70s."
- Genevieve Horsburgh, Dan's Papers (September 2, 2015)

"A groovy throwback to the seventies...The acting is wonderful, the singing superb, and the dancing lively and fun."
Kristen Weyer, NY Theatre Guide (August 29, 2015)

"You won't want to miss this high energy production...the incredibly talented cast performs iconic songs to perfection, even more impressively, while dancing their hearts out...the mix of music, costume and the brilliantly-lit disco ball set will take you back in time."
- Jennifer Feals, Sea Coast Online (September 29, 2015)

"The dance ensemble in the Gateway's summer season finale achieves a pulsating simulation of burning off youth's excess energy...directed by the very capable Keith Andrews."
- Steve Parks, Newsday (August 31, 2015)

Monty Python's Spamalot - Saint Michael's Playhouse

Check out video clips of the show and an interview with Keith at mychamplainvalley.com!

"An extravaganza of bad jokes sung and danced to wonderfully...well-cast and effervescent. It didn't hurt that the director was Keith Andrews, responsible for last year's excellent 'Young Frankenstein.'"
- Jim Lowe, Times Argus (June 18, 2015)

"One of the most lavish performances [Saint Michael's Playhouse] has presented in recent years...directed with perfect pacing by Keith Andrews. The entirety of the Playhouse's 'Monty Python's Spamalot' is preposterously effective. As well it should be."
- Brent Hallenbeck, Burlington Free Press (June 18, 2015)

Rock of Ages - Gateway Playhouse

Check out Samuel French's profile of the first regional production of Rock of Ages!

"An entertaining, high-energy party."
- Aileen Jacobson, New York Times (May 30, 2015)

"Gateway delivers the goods with home-turf charm as if '80s rock were invented here."
- Steve Parks, Newsday (May 24, 2015)

"Loud, flashy, energetic and tons of fun...Keith Andrews (Director/Choreographer) did a fantastic job...the blocking and staging of the actors works very well with the intricate and energetic choreography. The credit belongs equally to the creativity and the execution.
- Kristen Weyer, NY Theatre Guide (May 24, 2015)

"A stunner of a production! Rock of Ages lives up to its name, as it will literally rock your world."
- Genevieve Horsburgh, Dan's Papers (May 28, 2015)

"An all-out wild, funny, edgy energy...an energetic ensemble and lithe dancers who kick it out. Is the show crazy? Yes. But crazy-great."
- Linda Leuzzi, Long Island Advance (May 21, 2015)
 

The Addams Family - Ogunquit Playhouse/Gateway Playhouse

"A feel-good crowd pleaser, with touches of true feeling that keep it grounded in ordinary humanity...Keith Andrews, the director and choreographer, melds the various elements with amiable pizzazz and spirited pacing."
- Aileen Jacobson, New York Times (September 5, 2014)

"You will walk out of the theatre thoroughly entertained having seen this show...this Keith Andrews directed cast is absolutely stellar."
- Melissa Giordano, BroadwayWorld (September 7, 2014)

"This talent-packed cast will blow you away from the fantastically entertaining opening number all the way through to the final bows."

"Director/choreographer Keith Andrews deserves recognition for an excellent show. The time and care so obviously invested in this production has created a superb final result."
- Kristen Weyer, NY Theatre Guide (September 5, 2014)

"Keith Andrews, who directed the Gateway's "South Pacific," directed and choreographed this show with a brilliant eye for for witty, seamless dialogue and fabulous dance scenes."
- Linda Leuzzi, The Long Island Advance (September 3, 2014)

"A talented, fun delight...a killer musical"

"In addition to the comical and surprisingly relatable storyline, "The Addams Family" brings an eye-catching set, thrilling dance numbers, and fabulous musical numbers."
- Jennifer Feals, Seacoast Online (October 7, 2014)

"A spooktacular celebration of all that is ghoulishly peculiar and magnificently macabre...Delightfully different...a must-see musical...brimming over with creativity and fancy"

"An infectious score, mesmerizing set, captivating costumes, magical puppetry and the perfect cast...a musical to die for"
- April Boyle, Maine Today (October 3, 2014)
 

South Pacific - Gateway Playhouse

"Director and Choreographer Keith Andrews should be commended on a superb production...this show sucks you in and doesn't let go until the final curtain."
- Kristen Weyer, NY Theatre Guide (July 27, 2014)

NY Theatre Guide rated South Pacific #1 in their "Top 5 Shows of the Week!"


Young Frankenstein - Saint Michael's Playhouse

"Talented, professional cast...snappy musical numbers...wall-to-wall energy and precision movement...talk about crisp choreography!"
- Alex Brown and Nicole J. Georges, Seven Days (July 2, 2014)

"One of the biggest, boldest and funniest performances [Saint Michael's Playhouse] has given in the past decade…sharp choreography, vibrant performances"
- Brent Hallenbeck, Burlington Free Press (June 19, 2014)
 

The Full Monty - Riverside Theatre

"The story kept both genders glued to their seats, thanks, no doubt, to an incredibly strong script, passionate performances and talented direction and choreography by Keith Andrews." 

"Depression and marriage and money problems shouldn't be so funny, but the one-liners and quirky dance moves kept the audience laughing- real, belly busting laughs."
- Angela Smith, Treasure Coast News (January 19, 2012)

"Directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews, The Full Monty has it all: a dynamite cast, great sets and costumes, rousing good music, glorious, full-bellied laughter, and plenty of heart." 

"Let's cut to the chase to say that these actors are some of New York's finest and all have impeccable comic delivery, and all the right moves. The show is fast and perfectly paced." "The Full Monty is that rare thing: a feel-good comedy grounded in reality. And it works."
- L.L. Angell, Vero Beach 32963 (January 19, 2012)

"The Full Monty scores at Riverside Theater. From the first downbeat of the excellent pit orchestra, you know you are in for a big treat with Riverside Theatre's production of "The Full Monty."  

"Directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews, the perfectly paced show traces the precarious plan of these men who have lost their job at a factory in Buffalo, NY." 

"I've seen three previous productions of this musical, the first being Broadway's first national tour. But Riverside's high-powered production is the best yet. It's fun, funny, entertaining and has great heart. You understand the men's agony, especially given today's economic climate. You get their choice and cheer them on. After all, it's not just their bodies they are baring, but their need. They make themselves vulnerable. In doing so, they reveal themselves at their most human. "
- Pam Harbaugh, Florida Today (January 14, 2012)

"The audience's response to The Full Monty- now performing at the Riverside Theater- provides enough electric energy to not only light up the community, but the entire county." 

"The show's director and choreographer, Keith Andrews, deftness at the helm is exemplified in his cast's inspired performances. The audience receives more than a full-measure of visual, audio and emotional effects."
- Barbara Yoresh, Vero Beach Newsweekly (January 19, 2012)
 

Monty Python's Spamalot - Gateway Playhouse

"Monty Python's Spamalot, now playing in Patchogue in a Gateway Playhouse production, improves upon the pleasures of the 2005 Broadway blockbuster." 

"Keith Andrews, the director and choreographer, has substituted a droll and deadpan style for the often frantic and hard-to-follow pace of the Broadway show, which won three Tony Awards. Mr. Andrews doesn't expect the audience members to be fanatical followers of, or even familiar with, the madcap British comedy troupe that spawned Spamalot. So Mr. Andrews has slowed things down, making the show more accessible and understandable. The result is an enjoyable, exuberant, and still sharp-edged musical." 

"The Patchogue Theater for the Performing Arts has nearly 1200 seats, but this Spamalot seems intimate."
- Aileen Jacobson, The New York Times (07/22/11)
 

"This Gateway production, directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews, is as good as the version I saw on Broadway. This is a show that will make you laugh from beginning to end." 

"An incredible romp that kept the opening night audience in fits of uncontrollable laughter."
- Roy Bradbrook, Dan's Hamptons (07/22/11)
 

"Sometimes we just need to laugh ourselves silly... Monty Python's Spamalot, breezily directed by Keith Andrews, gallops giddily across the stage at the Patchogue Theater."
- Steve Parks, Newsday (07/20/11)
 

The Drowsy Chaperone - Saint Michael's Playhouse

"What a way to start a theater season, with one of it's most satisfying productions in years." 

"Director/choreographer Keith Andrews leads a large, buoyant cast through a myriad of costume changes, multiple rousing dance numbers and loads of big show tunes."
- Brent Hallenbeck, The Burlington Free Press (06/25/11)
 

"St. Mike's opens with a rollicking good time! A delightful production of a silly. frothy musical comedy that kept it's audience in stitches. Hardly a moment went by that wasn't thoroughly entertaining" 

"The St. Mike's production, directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews, was fast paced, beautifully overacted and lavishly produced."
- Jim Lowe, The Times Argus (06/28/11)
 

"The Drowsy Chaperone transcends it's own genre, thanks to a staging directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews, that surpasses the high quality we've come to expect at the Playhouse." 

"The playfulness and precision of Andrew's choreography hits a mark rarely seen locally outside national touring shows."
- Erik Esckilsen, Seven Days (06/29/11)
 

"A lively and sparkling production of The Drowsy Chaperone" 

"Director Keith Andrews has done a terrific job with the choreography, especially on 'Cold Feets', 'Show Off', 'Toledo Surprise', and -- well, I wrote down 'great choreography' six times! On a scale of one to five, Saint Michael's Playhouse production of The Drowsy Chaperone gets four and one half covered bridges."
- Connie Meng, North Country Public Radio (06/24/11)
 

Avenue Q - Ogunquit Playhouse

"A multi-talented cast of nine bring 'Sesame Street meets South Park meets Mr. Rogers' to life under the brilliant direction and choreography of Keith Andrews. The transitions from character to character are synchronized flawlessly."

"A show stealing number called 'You Can Be as Loud as the Hell You Want (When You're Making Love)' was worthy of the ticket price alone-- hilarious!"
- Michael J. Tobin, Portland Daily Sun (06/09/2011)
 

"Naughty but Nice Avenue Q opens at Ogunquit Playhouse"

"Ogunquit boasts a multi-talented, appealing cast, directed by Keith Andrews, who is also a deft choreographer. They move in comedic synchronicity, while maintaining their pace at warp speed... There's fun around every corner."
- Sheila Barth, The Theater Mirror (05/29/11)
 

"Director Keith Andrews deftly sprinkles a few topical and locally relevant quips into the dialogue. It is expertly performed and undeniably funny."
- Wire New Hampshire (05/31/11)
 

"Avenue Q, directed by Keith Andrews, is fiendishly fun, wickedly irreverent"
- April Boyle, The Portland Press Herald (05/29/11)
 

"Avenue Q is an imaginative season-opener at the Ogunquit Playhouse. This is a wonderful show. See it by all means."
- Scott Andrews, The Weekly Sentinel (06/03/11)
 

Avenue Q - Gateway Playhouse

"I smiled all the way through the Gateway Playhouse's sweet, naughty, hilarious, absolutely first-rate production of Avenue Q. Avenue Q is often surprisingly touching, Keith Andrews, who directed and choreographed beautifully, finds and magnifies the poignancy in Kate's number, 'There's a Fine, Fine Line'."
- Anita Gates, The New York Times (9/3/10)
 

"At Gateway Playhouse, Keith Andrews has directed and choreographed the show with the irreverent buoyancy I recall."
- Steve Parks, Newsday (8/31/10)
 

"This fast-moving production by Keith Andrews kept the opening night audience in laughter throughout. For me, there is a word to explain this performance of Avenue Q- 'serendipity'- making an unexpected and happy discovery by accident. Go see this show, you will come out happy."
- Roy Bradbrook, Dan's Papers (9/10/10)
 

"What an inventive, clever hoot Avenue Q is! In it's Bellport incarnation, it has so much appeal, so much heart and so much ingeniousness, it fairly bursts from its simple, rundown tenement set."
- Lee Davis, The Southampton Press (9/10/10)
 

Always... Patsy Cline - St. Michael's Playhouse

"Its hard not to like "Always... Patsy Cline", especially the version of the musical that opened Tuesday night at Saint Michael's Playhouse" 

"Director Keith Andrews gives "Always...Patsy Cline" a carefree pace. The production never lags as Andrews wraps things up in a tidy two hours. 'Always' ends before you want it to, the hallmark of a production that earns its applause at the end."
- Brent Hallenbeck, Burlington Free Press (7/28/10)
 

 

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee - St. Michael's Playhouse

"'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee' is the silliest of musicals, but in the right hands it's riveting entertainment. On Tuesday evening, it was certainly in the right hands, when Saint Michael's Playhouse opened it's summer season of Equity professional theater with a hilarious production of this musical comedy. 

Saint Mike's production, directed by Keith Andrews, enjoyed some very entertaining and convincing portrayals. It was incredibly funny and proved just simple fun."

- Jim Lowe, The Time Argus (6/18/10)
 

"Keith Andrews has done a nice job of directing and choreographing. I loved his staging of Leaf's exit and the appearance of the "religious figure". His choreography is terrific and the show is entertaining and lots of fun."

- Connie Meng, North Country Public Radio (6/18/10)
 

"Director Keith Andrews keeps 'Spelling Bee' flying at breezy clip and his choreography for Tumminelli's number about his 'magic foot' is a joy to watch."

- Brent Hallenbeck, Burlington Free Press (6/19/10)
 

 

Happy Days, a New Musical - Gateway Playhouse

"Keith Andrews serves ably both as director and choreographer. 'Message in the Music' is a joyful, charmingly choreographed dance sequence"

- Naomi Siegel, The New York Times (5/27/10)
 

"'Happy Days' offers a high-spirited launch to Gateway Playhouse's season."  

"Happy Days is best when it's dancing and this comes courtesy of the dynamite dancers that director/choreographer Keith Andrews puts through a series of supercharged, high-flying paces."

- Lee Davis, The Southampton Press (5/25/10)
 

"'Fabulous Musical has Audience Rockin' and Rollin'. Director and choreographer Keith Andrews does a superb job of ensuring that the actors perform true to their characters."

- Jessie Biele, The Long Island Advance (5/27/10)
 

 

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - Gateway Playhouse

“Delicious ‘Rotten Scoundrels” at Gateway. Much, much credit for this stylish and satisfyingly smooth mounting of the recent Broadway musical goes to director/choreographer Keith Andrews, whose sophisticated stage pictures and elegant choreography and antic sense of pace rarely let the action sag. This super-looking and sounding production is a solid, summer laughfest.”

- Lee Davis, The Southampton Press (9/1/09)
 

“Dirty Rotten Scoundrels has good bones to begin with, and Keith Andrews’ savvy direction fleshes them out with sweet silliness." 

- Anita Gates, The New York Times (9/6/09)
 

“Dirty Rotten Scoundrels as directed by Keith Andrews for this Gateway Playhouse Long Island premiere, seduces us into accepting Joe (Piscopo) from Jersey as a romantic leading man.”

- Steve Parks, Newsday (9/1/09)
 

 

Dames at Sea

“Keith Andrews has done a fine job of staging and directing. He’s avoided the trap of playing the spoof and has aimed for sincerity which makes the material even funnier. His choreography is exceptionally good.” 

- Connie Meng, North County Public Radio (6/22/09)
 

“The Saint Michael’s Production, directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews, was fast paced and bubbly. A charming and effervescent production of a silly and entertaining confection.” 

- Jim Lowe, Times Argus (6/22/09)
 

 

Like You Like It

“Grab your Metrocard, because this season’s best new musical isn’t on the Great White Way-- it’s in Brooklyn at the Gallery Players. If the concept of a musical about teens in a mall during 1985 sounds too cutesy by half, the delight is in the execution and the surprisingly funny choreography by Keith Andrews, who makes the most of the era, especially with a spectacular “Thriller” inspired dance number.” 

- Mark Peikert, Backstage (10/24/08)
 


NOMINEE -- Outstanding Choreography/Movement -- 2009 Innovative Theater Awards

WINNER -- Best Production of a Musical -- 2009 Innovative Theater Awards
 

 

The Wedding Singer

“All in all, The Wedding Singer should not be missed. It’s quirky, funny and perfect for a first date or a fiftieth date.”

- Jesse Biele, The Long Island Advance (10/2/08)
 

“Keith Andrews, the director and choreographer, keeps the pacing bouncy as he smoothly incorporates the musical’s visual jokes, including the zombie movements of ‘Thriller’ and the defining water-bucket movement of ‘Flashdance’. The electricity that flows throughout the production gives this pleasing retro-fluff its buoyancy.” 

- Aileen Jacobson, New York Times (9/28/08)
 

 

Pump Boys and Dinettes

“Keith Andrews has directed and staged Pump Boys and Dinettes at Saint Michael’s Playhouse very effectively. It’s always visually interesting, including the movement for the back-ups. 

- Connie Meng, North County Public Radio (7/31/08)
 

 

Barnum

“St. Michael’s Playhouse opened the summer season with a bona fide musical blockbuster. The production, directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews proved ebullient and spectacular. This is a physical show, with lots of acrobatics, and St. Mike’s got it right!” 

- Jim Lowe, Times Argus (6/19/08)
 

“Director/choreographer Keith Andrews has done a fine job of staging this complicated show. He’s kept the humanity of the piece, but never skimps on the spectacle. “Join The Circus” is just as exciting as I was hoping it would be.”

- Connie Meng, North County Public Radio (6/19/08)
 

“‘Barnum’ delivers a colorful, energizing, acrobatic night at the theater. Director/choreographer Keith Andrews keeps the kinetic pace going all night.” 

- Brent Hallenbeck, Burlington Free Press (6/18/08)
 

 

Side Show

“Keith Andrews’ direction and choreography came together to make for an uproariously spectacular evening. Some of the best performances I have seen by the actors at the Capital Playhouse.” 

- Alec Clayton, The News Tribune (3/28/08)
 

“This excellent production of Side Show is an poignant as it is funny. Keith Andrews’ witty direction and choreography brings new life to the Capital Playhouse and leaves you wanting more.” 

- Erin Rashbaum, Cooper Point Journal (3/28/08)
 

 

Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh

“Director/choreographer Keith Andrews guides with a steady hand. The comic timing is impeccable and the cast really comes together in ensemble work. ‘Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh’ is sheer, happy entertainment.” 

- Irene Backalenick, Connecticut Post (10/16/07)
 

 

Little Shop of Horrors


BEST MUSICAL PRODUCTION -- The Independent - Critic's pick, The Best '07
 

“This ‘Shop of Horrors’ is filled with pure delight. A good cast is needed to carry off this kind of bizarre comedy, and fortunately, the performers assembled by director/choreographer Keith Andrews are up to the challenge. ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ at the Theater Barn is a delight from start to finish. Don’t get caught with your plants down, go see it!” 

- Bruce G. Hallenbeck, The Independent (8/31/07)
 

“Keith Andrews should be applauded for his humanized version of this show. While his more realistic characters may be depriving the audience of a few laughs, they are laughs at the expense of exaggeration and he has replaced these with the much more solid, genuine laughter given to the familiar experience being repeated by younger, more foolish individuals. He has brought a solid sense of tenderness to this show and it works... This is the final musical of the season at the Barn, and it is one that provides musical highlights, comedy pathos and a sense of science fiction wonderment.” 

- Peter Bergman Theater Reviews (8/26/07)
 

 

Cold As Ice

“Keith Andrews, the director and choreographer, has done a great job in seamlessly intertwining the skating movements with those of the non-skating cast members. Andrews also made an interesting interaction of television screens and projection as a part the fast moving show, that provide action near many parts of the stage at the same time.” 

- Roy Bradbrook, Dan's Papers (5/25/07)
 

“The show is incredible and breathtaking, with non-stop action. ‘Cold as Ice’ was the most exciting performance I have ever seen at the Gateway theater.” 

- Fred Towle, Jr., South Shore Press (5/26/07)
 

 

Urinetown: the Musical

"The current production at Gateway has once again accomplished a casting miracle, first by engaging the hugely talented Keith Andrews to direct and choreograph with a bite and a tongue firmly pressed in his cheek.... A passel of the musicals of yesterday and today come in for riotous sendups, most tellingly in the marvelously witty and derivative choreography, re-created and added to by director-choreographer Keith Andrews and danced to a stomping, flying, fare-the-well by a stage full of dynamic dancers.”

- Lee Davis, The Southampton Press (9/21/06)
 

"Keith Andrews directed and choreographed with obvious, contagious affection.”

- Anita Gates, The New York Times (9/23/06)
 

"Urinetown: the Musical is still number one... Director Keith Andrews makes nonsense of all this. Urinetown is the most original, if not funniest, musical we've seen in a decade. Don't see it on a full bladder."

- Steve Parks, Newsday (9/19/06)
 

"An irreverent comedy hit... The ensemble cast seemed to be having just as much fun singing and dancing as the audience was watching them. The dancing is top notch."

- Brian Curry, The Long Island Advance (9/21/06)
 

 

Pirates of Penzance

"Mr. Andrews' direction retains all the charm and humor of this perennial favorite. This enjoyable production is an auspicious beginning for the St. Michael's Playhouse season." 
"Director/choreographer Keith Andrews has used every bit of playing space to great advantage, including a couple of rambunctious entrances down the aisles. His staging and choreography are terrific." 
"Mr. Andrews has come up with the funniest version of "With Cat-Like Tread" I've ever seen. He obviously has a flair for comic staging." 

- - Connie Meng, North County Public Radio, (6/22/06)
 

"Director Keith Andrews gives 'Pirates' a hip, fun-loving energy." 
"Andrews' choreography was snappy and kept 'The Pirates of Penzance' flowing with life that should keep the ship moving crisply through the first full week of summer." 

- - Brent Hallenback, Burlington Free Press (6/22/06)

 

The Full Monty

“‘The Full Monty’ at Ogunquit Playhouse has it all... Everything is right about this show. Direction and choreography by Keith Andrews is flawless... there’s nothing like impeccable art disguised as a light, fun, lively show. ”

- Seacoast Online (6/17/07)
 

“Ogunquit Playhouse’s ‘The Full Monty’ has the goods and knows how to deliver!”

- April Boyle, Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram (6/17/07)
 

"The director Keith Andrews must have done a lot of things right.”

- Anita Gates, New York Times (8/20/05)
 

"Director Keith Andrews never lets the slambang pumping up of the musical numbers interfere with the grounding and deepening of the playwright's dramatic situations... All in all, The Full Monty is a load of fun, with substance and recognition of the men in the audience, and some possibly unaccustomed excitement for the women."

- Lee Davis, The Southampton Press (8/20/05)

"The Full Monty, crisply directed by Keith Andrews, never cloys. You won't believe what you don't see. The show's 2.5 hours fly by faster than the 15-minute intermission."

- Steve Parks, Newsday (8/19/05)
 

"Keith Andrews takes on the doubly role of director/choreographer in this staging, where he showcases his actor's dance ability. Also on display throughout the performance is Andrews' own extraordinary skill as synchronizing dance with music."

- Genevieve Salamone and Jennifer Roller, South Shore Press (8/23/05)

 

 

Big River

"The St. Mike's production, directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews is particularly well cast... full of life... and riveting.... The song and dance elements are enjoyable and well-performed. St. Mike's has opened it's season with a sure-fire hit.”

- Jim Lowe, Times Argus (6/23/05)
 

"Director/Choreographer Keith Andrews's staging flows smoothly throughout this episodic piece. He brought out the humanity of this non-traditional musical while retaining all its humor. You'll tap your toes, laugh and also be deeply moved. "

- Connie Meng, North County Public Radio (6/23/05)

 

My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra

St. Michael's Playhouse: 

"My Way: a Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra excels gloriously. A thrilled audience of seasoned Sinatra fans rose to their feet at St. Michael's College McCarthy Arts Center on Wednesday night, bestowing a boisterous standing ovation on the St. Michael's Playhouse musical review."

- Victoria Welsh, Burlington Free Press (8/3/06)
 

Bristol Valley Theater: 

"The production is directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews and Bristol Valley Theater's 2004 season is off to a great start! No attempt is made to impersonate Sinatra… this young cast sparkles and they'll light up the Bristol Hills for 3 weeks in June like the skyline of Manhattan."


 

Theater Three: 

"You're in for a treat, "My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra in Port Jefferson is a delightful confection with which to wile away a winter evening. Director Keith Andrews knew exactly what he was doing… a clever conceit, elegantly executed."

- Lisa Napell Dickstein, The Southampton Press (2/28/03)
 

"My Way is a pleasant trip down memory lane. It's hard to find fault with My Way,… an enjoyable way to spend two hours."

- Michael Braken, Newsday (2/28/03)
 

The Theater Barn: 

" My Way' done the smart way" 
" It's classy and stylish and frequently funny too. The 90 minute show is jampacked with 56 tunes, but somehow each is allowed to breathe." 

- Michael Eck, The Times Union (Albany) (7/2/02)
 

 

Forever Plaid

"Director Keith Andrews' production moves through it's intermissionless 80 minutes with poise, understanding and affection for these guys and for that period of popular culture." 
"The performances are flawless-a warm, endearing, poised, wonderfully funny… it will leave you spent with laughter, your cheeks moist with tears." 

- Jeffery Borak, The Berkshire Eagle (8/5/98)
 

"Keith Andrews has staged Forever Plaid with wit and will tickle everyone's funny bone. It's a charming pick-me-up."

- Judy Staber, The Independent (8/6/98) 
 

"Director Keith Andrews has taken Stuart Ross and James Raitt's show and gives it a well-presented, well-staged airing. It can't be beat for pure musical nostalgia. It's a wonderful comedic ride."

- Jean Ryan, The Chatham Courier (8/6/98)