Dr. Horrible Sing Along Blog - LIVE

Dr. Horrible Sing-Along Blog is a 2008 musical tragicomedy miniseries in three acts, produced exclusively for Internet distribution. Filmed and set in Los Angeles, the show tells the story of Dr. Horrible, an aspiring super villain; Captain Hammer, his nemesis; and Penny, their mutual love interest.

John Doe the Musical

John Doe is a new musical written by Robert Moutal, directed by Michael Schwartz, Music Arranged & Directed by Andy Ingersoll and Choreographed by Courtney Corey, currently in full production.

Golden Child

Golden Child is an Obie Award-winning play by American playwright David Henry Hwang.

AMP Music Festival

AMP Music Festival is a daring project, a bold movement, and a new musical revolution.

stageHANDS - an Art Exhibition

stageHANDS: A GALLERY ART SHOWING is a presentation of the works of artists that usually use their skills to support others art.



Stage "HANDS": A Gallery Art Showing (2012)

Featuring the Personal Works of the Unsung Heroes of San Diego Theatre

This collection of Paintings, Sculpture, Photography and installation art represents the personal artistic endeavors of the unsung heroes of San Diego theatre. Carpenters, Electricians, Technicians and seamstresses by day, muses and creative innovators in their own right by night.

Join us as we celebrate their voices as we give them a limelight of their own!

About the Show
Throughout the year, artists, craftsmen and engineers create magic; building the scenic wizardry, forging a mood with light, sound and special effects, all in support of an artistic vision defined by directors, designers and producers. The actors take their bows, but the skilled craftsmen and women who go unseen toil on, driven by the pride of their craft, and a need to create, often moving from theater to theater, following the work where ever it leads them.

But what visions do these artists express for themselves? What personal pursuits of their own go unnoticed by their supervisors and leaders?



David Henry Hwang's GOLDEN CHILD (2012)

A patriarch returns to his traditional Chinese polygamist home, bringing his new found western ideologies he has adopted while away on business.  Though these Christian values clash with the Confucian Order that governs his household, they would allow Eng Tieng-Bin to follow his heart, turning his beloved "Third Wife" into his ONLY wife.

His traditionalist 1st wife, power hungry 2nd wife, idealistic 3rd wife, and prized eldest daughter, the "Golden Child", must struggle to either maintain the existing power structure, or adapt to a very quickly changing world. In the end, all will question the price paid for the politics of "conversion."

About the Play
Focusing on a traditional Confucian household during the turn of the century China, the GOLDEN CHILD addresses topics such as polygamy, foot-binding, and contrasts differences in classic Chinese culture with western religious beliefs. Featuring some wonderfully complex, strong female characters, there are four great roles to feature local Asian American Actresses. 

It's a powerful and witty script that I've had in the back of my head since my AART days, and fits San Diego's APIA talent pool quite well!  And being a bit of a self taught expert on the writing of David Henry Hwang (having performed and directed in multiple productions of FOB, and producing 2004's M. Butterfly, coming back to his writing is always a pleasure, particularly now that he's back on Broadway with his hit production of CHINGLISH.

Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog -LIVE- will run in Repertory with GAM3RS: The Play, both shows will be featured programming at Gam3rCon!

Gam3rCon (2011)

Gam3rCon 2011 is a new event adding to the landscape of activities available for the participants of the International Comic Con coming to San Diego in July. Gam3rCon will celebrate the tradition of interactive entertainment from the earliest traditions of dice and cards, to the latest innovations in video games and digital interactive experiences.



Dr Horrible's Sing Along Blog LIVE (2011)

A FAN DRIVEN adaptation from Chinese Pirate Productions

Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is a 2008 musical tragicomedy miniseries in three acts, produced exclusively for Internet distribution. Filmed and set in Los Angeles, the show tells the story of Dr. Horrible, an aspiring super villain; Captain Hammer, his nemesis; and Penny, their mutual love interest.

About the Play
The movie was written by writer/director Joss Whedon, his brothers Zack Whedon (a television writer) and Jed Whedon (a composer), and actress Maurissa Tancharoen. The team wrote the musical during the WGA writers' strike. The idea was to create something small and inexpensive, yet professionally done, in a way that would circumvent the issues that were being protested during the strike.

GAM3RS: The Play (2011)

It packs more inside gamer/techie/webhead jokes into an hour than seems possible without leaving the 'outsider' part of the audience behind, and thus everyone gets to have a good time." – Gregory Wilson, Curtain Up

About the Play
Reality-challenged gaming geek Steve Smolinski has 1 hour to save the world. If only he didn't have to do it from his cubicle at work. Steve's boss doesn't understand that he really can't work when he has an entire kingdom to save from evil elves. His girlfriend is upset that he forgot their two-year anniversary. His mother is angry because he forgot to apply for readmission to MIT.

None of them get it – if he doesn't retrieve the sacred relic, civilization could come crashing down. And if he saves the relic, he might just save himself in the process.


Dear Miss Breed (2007)

Stage adaptation of the "Dear Miss Breed" book by Joanne Oppenheim, this play sheds light on Japanese American Internment in WWII. Miss Breed's correspondence with children in internment is the basis for the book and the play's inspiration..

About the Play

The San Diego Public Library received a grant from the California Civil Liberties Public Education Program to adapt the book "Dear Miss Breed" by Joanne Oppenheim into a play. Clara Breed was the children's librarian at San Diego Public Library from 1929 to 1945. When her young Japanese American patrons were forced into concentration camps with their families in 1942, Miss Breed became their dependable correspondent, sending them books, assisting with requests for supplies, and through her actions, serving as a reminder of the possibility for decency and justice in a troubled world and illustrates how the commitment of a single person can profoundly touch the lives of so many people. Years later the letters were donated to the Japanese American National Museum. The play and the book by Joanne Oppenheim focus on the assistance and friendship provided by the late Clara Breed these Japanese American youth.

Press Releases

Special Projects Close to My Heart

In 2001 Andy helped inaugurate San Diego's first Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month Festival ('01-'03) which brought visibility to hundreds of APIA performers from classical and folk, to the modern and contemporary on multiple stages. For his work he received an official mayoral commendation, and was recognized as one of the "Top 30 most influential Asian Americans Under the age of 30" (Political Circus Magazine '01)