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During the Summer of 2014, Andrée wrote her first theatre play HOUSE ON FIRE. Having written the script, music and lyrics, she produced the workshop and subsequent first theatre production of this unique solo show at The Union Theatre, London in November 2014. Please see the dedicated HOUSE ON FIRE page on this website. 
 


Andrée is privileged to have a close working relationship with Steven Berkoff. Most recently, Andrée created the role of Sarah in Berkoff's new three-hander play THE ACTOR'S LAMENT which premièred at The Assembly Hall, Edinburgh Festival 2013. Andrée toured with the play during 2014/2015 including a sell out run at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin.

Andrée's collaboration with Berkoff began with creating Eve in the world premier of Berkoff's 6 ACTORS IN SEARCH OF A DIRECTOR at the Charing Cross Theatre in London's West End in 2012. 


Andrée also played the eponymous role in THE BALLAD OF BETSY MAY RILEY, a new Country & Western musical written by Neil Harrison & Susan Penhaligon. Kenn Oldfield directed the 2014 workshop production at The Lost Theatre, London prior to a full production soon.

Andrée created the role of Marissa THE THING ABOUT TOM, a modern musical adaptation of Tom Jones for Music First Theatre directed by Stuart Wood 2013. Andrée worked on the New Play Writing Season METAMORPHOSIS for Ambassadors Theatre Group at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley for Director Roisin McBrinn. She was also in the workshop production TURPIN written by Mackenzie Crook and Greg Ellis at Ealing Studios.

In Toronto,Canada, Andrée worked with composer Marvin Hamlisch, writer John Gare and director Nicholas Hytner on THE SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS (a musical based on the Clifford Odetts’ film)  alongside the legendary Ed Harris and starred in SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM  directed by William Scoular.

 In recent Christmas productions, Andrée featured with Joe Pasquale in PETER PAN at the Orchard Theatre Dartford and starred as the Wicked Queen in SNOW WHITE at the Hawth Theatre Crawley.  

Andrée starred in HAIR directed by Michael Bogdanov at the Old Vic Theatre. In the show Andrée played the lead role of Sheila along side John Barrowman, Paul Hipp and Paul J Medford. The production showed Andrée’s acting, singing and dancing skills to the full in an energetic spectacle in which she rarely left the stage. Singing numbers such as “Aquarius”, “Good Morning Starshine” and “Easy to be Hard” was a joy for her amongst an incredibly talented ensemble cast.  

Mark Clements directed Andrée in  A CHORUS LINE in which she played Cassie, the all singing all dancing diva. She also starred in KISS ME KATE, the multi-award winning RSC production - directed by Adrian Noble, playing Lois Lane at both the Old Vic and Savoy Theatres with Nicola MacAuliffe and Tim Flavin.
 
Andrée was honoured to have worked with the late Mike Okrent in PYJAMA GAME at the Leicester Haymarket Theatre and on national tour playing Poopsie
 
From opera – DON GIOVANNI playing Zerlina for Music Theatre London -  to Jean Genet’s THE MAIDS at Chichester festival theatre - Andrée’s stage career has been diverse.
 
Other stage work Andrée has enjoyed includes: COMPANY (Bloomsbury Theatre London, directed by Mickey Dolenz) THE CHEEKY CHAPPIE, THE SECRET LIFE OF ADRIAN MOLE and CABARET (Queens Theatre, Hornchurch), THE GOLDEN YEARS OF JACK BUCHANNAN (Gertrude Lawrence at Birmingham Rep, directed by Edward Woodward), GREASE (Sandy at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry), THE MAGIC CASTLE (Soubrette, Cambridge Theatre, London), FRIENDS LIKE THESE (Arts Theatre, London), THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW (Janet at the Poinciana theatre, Miami) and a season at Chichester Festival Theatre in; THE MAIDS, THE END OF THE WORLD SHOW, GHOST STORIES & A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM directed by Larry Gelbart and starring the late Frankie Howerd
 
Andrée has also headed many concert productions of shows such as EVITA (GERMANY & LONDON), JOSEPH & HIS AMAZING TECHNICOLOURED DREAM COAT (LONDON & MANCHESTER) LES MISERABLES (PARIS & BERLIN) and CHESS (SWEDEN & UK).