Based in New York
They/She • Member Since 2020
As an artist, Drewe (They/She) demands the production of diverse, politically relevant, and challenging works of performance art. The media of tomorrow will not only be for all, but will spark productive conversation. There is no other option. New York Theatre: Hamilton, Freestyle Love Supreme, Passover, Most Happy [Dir. Daniel Fish], Bliss [Workshop] (Assistant Director), Girl (Director). Regional Theatre: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Director), People Who Called (Director), I and You (Assistant Director), Glorious Cake (Director), God of Carnage (Director), Commonwealth (Director). Drewe is passionate about creating work for new audiences and all people, Drewe is a director and photographer. Currently based in New York City, Drewe recently graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts earning BFA in Theatre Performance. While at VCUarts Drewe was the recipient of the VCUarts Innovative Research Grant. After discovering their passion for directing, they worked on projects with notable creators such as Daniel Fish and Justin Vivian Bond. Drewe is an advocate for creating new work that allows the voices of those who have not been heard on stage to be represented and understood. Along with their love for developing new works, Drewe is extremely passionate about the retelling and reimagining of the classics. Drewe has been a teaching artist and administrator with companies such as Acting for Young People, The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company, Baseline Theatrical, and with the VCUarts Admissions Office. www.drewegoldstein.com Drewe was also the recipient of the 2019/2020 VCUarts Undergraduate Research Grant. Drewe has also been a teaching artist and administrator with companies such as Acting for Young People, The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company, and administrative assistant with the VCUarts Admissions Office.