I’ve always tried to find other artist’s that I can learn from or that push me as a performer. In working with Bag&Baggage I have been lucky enough to find both.
Andrew Beck received a BA in Theatre Arts from the University of Oregon (2004) after which he earned a MFA-Acting from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2007). Andrew began his career as Young Siward/ensemble in a production of Macbeth at Ludlow Castle, England. Andrew then went on to work with the Nebraska Repertory Theatre (playing Bo in Bus Stop and Lelio in Androcles and the Lion) followed by a summer with the Nebraska Shakespeare Festival. After matriculating out of college he went on to spend almost four years with The Great American Melodrama and Vaudeville (Numerous roles including: Fred in A Christmas Carol; Chique in A Witless Roque and a Seagull) where he would also write and direct. After moving back to Oregon he Played Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby with the Oregon Contemporary Theatre and also Performed with the Willamette Stage Company ( Jules in Boom!; George in It’s a Wonderful Life). Three years ago Andrew began working with Bag&Baggage playing such roles as: Tony Wendice in Dial “M” for Murder; Ferdinand in Love’s labor’s Lost and Donald Donaldson inKBNB’s A Kristmas Karol. He is also a member of No Filter Improv and the Long Con Improv groups. He wants to thank his friends, family and his wife, Katie. All of which told him he wasn’t being crazy driving this far to do theatre.
Box Office Hours:
M/W/F 11:00am - 5:00pm and 1 hour prior to performances
Our Mailing Address/Main Performance Venue
350 E. Main St., Hillsboro, OR 97123