Andrew Goldberg is a director, producer, and teaching artist living in New YorkCity . He has directed classical works, new plays, and musicals all over the world. He recently made his Broadway directing debut with his one man version of Macbeth starring Alan Cumming at the Barrymore Theatre (co-directed with John Tiffany) which premiered at the National Theatre of Scotland and Lincoln Center Festival. Other well known productions include The Bomb-itty of Errors, a hip-hop adaptation of The Comedy of Errors which ran off-Broadway before being seen all over the world, including London’s the West End; Daddy Cool, the Boney M musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, as well as Hair in Asbury Park, Romeo & Juliet for American Stage, Twelfth Night at LaMaMa, Fair Maid of the West at Pleasance, London, and many others. After graduating from Stanford University, he spent a season in the education department at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival before moving to New York City and working for the education department of Manhattan Theatre Club (where he continues to work as an active teaching artist.) For over five years he was the Associate Artistic Director of The New Group. He received his M.F.A. in Performance and Interactive Media Arts (PIMA) at Brooklyn College and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Theatre at the CUNY Graduate Center.