Andrew Moss (pronouns not set)

A resident of Boston, Andrew’s work will be featured in Boston Lyric Opera’s 2015 production of Don Giovanni. Other Boston credits include: I Puritani (Boston Lyric Opera), Don Giovanni (The Huntington Theater), La Tragédie de Carmen (Boston University Opera Institute). In NYC Andrew’s work has been featured on stage at The Metropolitan Opera in their production of Armida staring Renee Fleming and Lawrence Brownlee. Directed by Mary Zimmerman. Off-Broadway at New World Stages, 59E59, Theater for a New City, CAP 21, and Theatre54. His international work includes the 75th Anniversary Tour of Porgy and Bess which toured North America and Europe. Andrew created the violence and sexuality for the inaugural production of West Side Story at the Adger Teater Kilden in Kristiansand Norway. Andrew’s work was also featured at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in SAFE. From 2008 to 2014 Andrew was the Resident Fight Choreographer for Central City Opera . His work was featured in numerous productions including: West Side Story, Carmen, Dead Man Walking, Seven Deadly Sins, Gianni Schicci, Oklahoma!, Show Boat, and Rinaldo. While at CCO Andrew taught Stage Combat for the Bonfils-Stanton Artists Training Program. Andrew has been a Guest Instructor/Lecturer at: NYU, CAP 21, University of Oklahoma, Boston University, The New England Conservatory, Oklahoma City University, Hofstra University, The School of Visual Arts, and Charleston Southern University.

Skill Proficiency History

Date Weapon Location Grade

Hofstra University

Apr 29, 2012 Rapier and Dagger Hemstead , New York Basic Pass