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Actor, Director, Producer, Teaching Artist
Pablo Andrade is a Venezuelan-born New York based actor, director, producer, and teaching artist. He is the Artistic Director of Corezon theater company, Executive Director of the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors, Founder of La Guía Cultural, and faculty member of NYU Tisch, Stella Adler Studio of Acting, and Moment Work Institute. He has been working as a professional theater artist for almost 20 years. Since his arrival to New York City in 2011, Andrade has collaborated with companies such as Repertorio Español, Tectonic Theater Project, The Public Theater, Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, Teatro Círculo, Russian Arts Theater, IATI, HB Ensemble Theater, Teatro SEA, LaMicro Theater, INTAR, among others. As a teacher, Andrade has trained actors in the US, Latin America and Europe. As a director, he has been mentored by Tony Award recipients Jack Hofsiss and Thomas Kail. As an actor, he played the leading role on the productions (praised by The New York Times and The Washington Post) of Mario Vargas Llosa’s Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, and dozens of other plays and films. Pablo Andrade is a proud alumnus of the HB Studio and Hagen Institute as well as the Cultural Visitor Program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Some of his awards include: ATI Awards for Best Director Monologue (2020) and Breakthrough Director (2018), HOLA Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Directing (2017) and Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor (2014), Fuerza Award for Best Director (2017), and Latin ACE Award for Best Actor Drama (2015).
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Stage Combat. Improvisation. Pantomime. Commedia dell’Arte. Swimming. Cycling. Stick shift driving. Horseback riding. Latin Dance. Vocal Range: Tenor. Stage Director. Acting Teacher and Coach. Arts Management. Non-Union. Valid Passport. Green Card holder. Native Spanish speaker from Venezuela. Latin-American accents. Fluent in English.
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