ANDRE AMAROTICO

Andre Amarotico

Union Actor based in San Francisco and New York

UNION ACTOR

BASED IN SAN FRANCISCO & NEW YORK 

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Recently featured in Forbes

"How Stars Are Born?

The SF Mime Troupe Shows Us How"

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RECENTLY SEEN IN...

The Tony Award winning San Francisco Mime Troupe's new show: Back to the Way Things Were. For more info on the show visit sfmt.org, or click below.

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Jewel Theatre Company's world premier of Remains to be Seen. For more about the production, click below.

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UP NEXT...

Sleeping Beauty a Panto in the Presidio Theatre! Runs December 3rd through December 30th.  For more info and tickets visit www.presidiotheatre.org,

or click below.

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The Role of John Wilkes Booth in Stephen Sondheim's Assassins playing at the Hillbarn Theatre. Runs January 26th through February 12th. For more info and tickets visit hillbarntheatre.org, or click below. 

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About Andre

Andre Amarotico is a San Francisco and New York based actor, theatre instructor, and performance coach. He got his BA in Theatre and Performance Studies at Stanford University, where he also served as Artistic Director at the student-run Stanford Theatre Laboratory. Andre has performed all across California, and was most recently featured in Neighborhood Stories Mill Valley, in a short untitled play by Pulizer nominated playwright Amy Freed. Other favorite roles include John Jasper in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Anthony in Sweeny Todd, Kenickie in Grease, Sandy in Hay Fever, The Baker in Into the Woods, Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, and the titular characters in Hamlet and Macbeth. Andre was nominated for a Theater Bay Area Award for Best Actor in a Featured Role for Ross Valley Players’ production of The 39 Steps. Additionally, he has performed at the Tony Award winning San Francisco Mime Troupe, The Mountain Play, Marin Onstage, The Cutting Ball Theater, New Conservatory Theater Center, Word for Word Performing Arts Company, 6th Street Playhouse,  Throckmorton Theatre, and Stanford Repertory Theater.