Pittsburgh-based Lighting Designer, Andrew David Ostrowski, has designed lighting for live shows the world over, including such well known titles as: Sunday in the Park with George, La Boheme, Bright Star, A Musical Christmas Carol, Grey Gardens, Chicago, The Who’s Tommy, Spamalot, August: Osage County, The Mask of Moriarty, The National High School Musical Theater Awards in New York City, and many dozens more.

Nationally, Andy has worked at such prestigious theaters as: The Asolo Theater, Virginia Stage Company, North Shore Music Theatre, George Street Playhouse, New York Theater Institute, Merrimack Repertory Company, The Arden Theatre Company, Spoleto Festival USA, Madison Opera, Dallas Summer Musicals, Theater of the Stars at the Fox Theater as well as many others.

Internationally his designs have appeared in France, Sweden, Scotland, and Ireland. And from 1998-2003 Andy was the lighting director for an international tour of the Gershwin opera Porgy and Bess.

In 2002, Andy was given a national merit award from the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

His Pittsburgh lighting credits total almost 350 productions, including shows for The Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre, Pittsburgh Ballet, City Theatre, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, The REP, Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, Front Porch Theatricals, and various others.

He’s also been an adjunct instructor in the Conservatory of Performing Arts at Point Park University for the last 21 years, where he’s designed close to 90 productions for the Pittsburgh Playhouse.

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