Andrew Leyne is the artistic director of Primary Stages. He has been producing, managing, and directing in the New York theatre industry for more than twenty years. Andrew began working there after graduating from Carnegie Mellon’s school in directing. At Castle Hill Productions, he oversaw the Broadway and off-Broadway production of twenty plays.
After returning to Primary Stages as Artistic Director, he oversaw the organization’s relocations to The Duke on 42nd Street, 59E59 Theaters, and most recently, The Cherry Lane Theatre. Numerous awards and nominations have been received for Primary Stages’ productions, including the Tony, Obie, AUDELCO, Outer Critics Circle, Drama League, and Drama Desk (among others).
The 2008 Lucille Lortel Outstanding Body of Work Award went to Primary Stages. The Cherry Sisters Revisited by Dan O’Brien, The Receptionist by Adam Bock, Spiced Vodka by Rinne Groff, and Mama Hated Diesels by Randall Myler and Dan Wheetman were a few of the plays Andrew directed while serving as artistic director of the Perry-New Mansfield’s Works Festival in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
What was Andrew Leynse’s net worth at the time of death?
The worth of Andrew Leynse at the time of his passing is unknown.