Co-Founding Artistic Directors
A playwright, theatre administrator, and co-founder of Lost Girls Theatre. She is the current executive director for the South Florida Theatre League and the former regional rep for the Dramatists Guild.
Her plays include In Common Hours (finalist for the 2005 David Mark Cohen Award), Dueling Edwards (finalist for the 2012 City Theatre National Short Play Award), A Girl's Guide to Saving the Universe, Dinner at the End of the World, Abacus Jones: Boy Detective, Fragments of Your Face Reflected, Outcasts of Eden, Such Tremendous Faith and The Secret of the Biological Clock.Andie received her BFA in playwriting from The Theatre School at DePaul University in 2005, and is currently participating in Miami-Dade County's Playwright Development Program. She is a contributor to the nationally recognized 2amtheatre blog (www.2amtheatre.com), and spends far too much time with her fellow 2amt folk on twitter discussing the state of the industry and making Doctor Who jokes.
Follow Her on Twitter at @AndieArthur
A director, playwright, blogger, and Co-Founder Lost Girls Theatre she can be found splitting her time between Miami, Fl and Chicago, IL. She has worked as a stage manager and assistant director at The Promethean Theatre, The Naked Stage, and Gablestage. Her film work includes various production management positions for television shows such as “Burn Notice” and “The Finder” and projects for MTV, Oxygen, and National Geographic.
Past Directing Projects Include: "Dinner at the End of the World", “Arabian Knights”, “Moose Mating”, “Dreams for Pandora” (which she also wrote), “The Most Massive Woman Wins”, “Critics’ Picks” (which she also wrote), “Where’s Hobby?”, “Something New” (world premire), “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)”, “Leaving Leiscter Square” (documentary film), and “Being Swell” (narrative film).
received her B.S. in Motion Pictures Production and B.A. in Theatre
Arts from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL. In
addition to her work at Lost Girls, Katie also serves as the Managing
Artistic Director at Monster Under the Bed Productions, writes articles
and reviews for The Reluctant Film Critic blog, and performs with the improv comedy group Just the Funny.
Follow Her on Twitter at @Katealily