Andrew Levine

Andrew Levine is the Executive Producing Director of Flying Machine Productions, overseeing the development of new theater, music and musical theater works. Broadway: Speed-the-Plow, Elling. West End: Carousel. Off-Broadway: Blood Type: Ragu. His involvement with The Blue Flower includes past developmental productions at Perry-Mansfield, NYMF and Prospect Theatre. As a founding member of Body Politic Theater: Lemkin’s House by Catherine Filloux, The Fulla From America by Carlyle Brown. He served as music director of the prestigious New Works festival at Perry-Mansfield School of the Performing Arts in Steamboat Springs, CO, where he initiated programs to develop new musicals, train composer/lyricists in the craft of writing for the stage and develop singers in the art of cabaret. He spent four years as the resident music director for the Savannah College of Art and Design and has recently held positions on the theater faculties of The Hartt School and PACE University. Andrew has earned degrees from the Manhattan School of Music (BMus) and Georgia Southern University (MMus) and resides in Connecticut with his wife Jeanine Pardey and his son Garrett.