Dwight D. Andrews

Dwight D. Andrews  has previously composed music for Fences (2009), Blues for an Alabama Sky (1997), A Raisin in the Sun (1995), From the Mississippi Delta (1993) and music directed Joe Turner's Come and Gone (1986) at the Huntington. On Broadway, he composed for the original productions of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, The Piano Lesson, Fences, and Seven Guitars, and the revivals of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and A Raisin in the Sun. His Off Broadway credits include Everybody’s Ruby, Gertrude Stein’s Photograph, and The Resurrection of Lady Lester. His regional credits include music supervisor for The Kennedy Center’s August Wilson’s 20th Century, Playboy of the West Indies, Jitney, Heliotrope Bouquet, Blues in the Night, Death of a Salesman, From the Mississippi Delta, Miss Evers’ Boys, Flying West, and Blues for an Alabama Sky. His film and television credits include The Old Settler, Miss Evers' Boys, and The Piano Lesson. Mr. Andrews was resident music director of the Yale Repertory Theatre under Lloyd Richards. He has taught at Yale, Harvard, and Rice Universities, and is an associate professor of music theory at Emory University in Atlanta. 

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