Andrew Scoville is a director and creator of original work. Recent directing projects include: THE BROBOT JOHNSON EXPERIENCE (NY Times Critic Pick, Bushwick Starr), MEMORY RETROGRADE with harunalee theater company (Ars Nova, Public Theater Under the Radar Festival), PIANO TALES with James and Jerome (La Mama, Playwrights Horizons Downtown, Joe’s Pub, Lincoln Center Education, Bouley Test Kitchen) and BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON (Warehouse Theater in Greenville SC). He was recently commissioned by The New York Hall of Science to create an escape-the-room style performance in collaboration with astronomer Moiya McTier. He is the co-creator of the podcast called PEOPLE DOING MATH in which non-math people talk and play with mathematical concepts (Ars Nova, The Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival, Strand Bookstore, and the National Museum of Math). He was associate director to Bill Buckhurst on Tooting Arts Club’s immersive production of SWEENEY TODD (Barrow St Theater). He was associate director to Alex Timbers on David Byrne’s HERE LIES LOVE (The Public Theater, Seattle Rep, The National Theater in London) as well as the new musical LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST (The Public Theater) and BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON (Broadway). Through FGP, he was Director for a CAMP OVER THERE a pop up performance series at Bonnaroo Music and Art Festival. Scoville holda a BFA in Drama from NYU Tisch School of the Arts where he currently teaches a symposium class for first time project leaders. He is a member of the 2011 Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab. He lives in Ridgewood, Queens with his wife, and FGP co-founder, Jaclyn Backhaus, and their son Ernie.