Andrew Grosso wrote and directed Perfect Harmony (Acorn Theatre, Stoneham Theatre (MA), Clurman Theatre, FringeNYC, FringeEncores, and NYU Grad Acting’s Studio Tisch). Credits include: Mother with Holland Taylor and Buck Henry (The Wild Project), Wrong Way Up! with the rock band, The Niagaras (The Belt Theatre), the NY Premier of William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying (The Ohio Theater, Chashama) which he adapted for the stage, Taming of the Shrew (Roundtable Ensemble), and Waiting for Godot (FringeNYC/East River Amphitheater). Work with new writers includes plays by Roberto-Aguirre Sacasa, David Weiner, Jason Grote and 20 plays for the Ensemble Studio Theater’s Obie Award Winning Youngbloods. He has taught or guest directed for the NYU Dramatic Writing Program, Fordham University, the 52nd Street Project, The Dalton School, and The Shakespeare Theater. He has produced over 40 Off or Off-Off Broadway shows and was the Artistic Producer of The Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab residency at HERE. An alum of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, and Duke University, he was a recipient of the SDC Traube Fellowship, and is a member of SDC and The Dramatist Guild. Most importantly, thanks to Perfect Harmony he was made an honorary member of the Beachside Express, his high school a cappella group.