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Northwestern School of Communication

Andrew Boyce

Associate Professor


Andrew Boyce

Andrew Boyce is a multi disciplinary designer working on a variety on projects ranging from theater, opera, and live events, to film and commercial spaces.

Andrew received his B.A. from Middlebury College with a degree in architecture, and his M.F.A. from Yale School of Drama.

He has participated in the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and is a member of the Wingspace Design Collective. From 2011-15, he taught in the Design Department at the Yale School of Drama and during the 2014-15 academic year, he taught at Ithaca College.

Andrew has designed the sets and/or costumes for the world premieres of: Jose Rivera’s Another Word For Beauty (Goodman); Sam Hunter’s Clarkston (DTC); Craig Lucas’s Ode to Joy (Rattlestick); Sharr White’s Annapurna (Magic Theatre); Jonathan Tolin’s Buyer & Cellar (Rattlestick); Adam Rapp’s Dreams of Flying, Dreams of Falling (Atlantic Theatre Company); Heidi Shrek’s The Consultant (Long Wharf Theatre); Marcus Gardley’s The Royale (Kirk Douglas); Taylor Mac’s The Lily’s Revenge (Magic Theatre); Mike Lew’s Bike America (The Alliance); Luis Alfaro’s This Golden State (Magic Theatre); Nick Jones’s Verite (LCT3); Ethan Lipton’s Red Handed Otter (Playwrights Realm); Andy Bragen’s This is My Office (Play Company); Ken Urban’s The Correspondent (Rattlestick); among many others. Andrew has NYC credits with: Lincoln Center Theater, Roundabout Theater Company, Atlantic Theater Company, Primary Stages, Rattlestick Theater, The Play Company, Playwrights Realm, Cherry Lane, etc. Regional credits with: Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Alliance, American Players, Asolo Rep, Bay Street, Curtis Opera Theatre, Des Moines Metro Opera, The Geffen, George Street Playhouse, The Goodman, Kirk Douglas, Magic Theater, Marin Theater, Mark Taper Forum, Philadelphia Theater Company, Portland Center Stage, Syracuse Stage, Theatreworks (CA), Westport Playhouse, The Wilma, among others. Frequent collaborators include directors Les Waters, Kip Fagan, David Kennedy, Davis McCallum, Steve Cosson, Tea Alagic, Stephen Brackett, Meredith McDonough, Sarah Rasmussen, Loretta Greco, Daniel Aukin, and Moritz Von Stuelpnagel, among others.