Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker

REVIEW:  “He is English, without a flaw, at Jonathan Harker. He is Count Dracula of Transylvania with accent resembling Bela Lugoui’s from the original movie. He takes on a Texas drawl for one of the vampire hunters. He’s a different voice and accent for Van Helsing. All in all, Andrews is phenomenal in a tour-d-force, 75 minute retelling of the Dracula legend.” -examiner.com (full review)

Metamorphoses

REVIEW: “Zachary Andrews delights in numerous roles. This actor’s northern European good looks complete with fair complexion and blond hair might make one wonder if the gods in Scandinavian mythology had infiltrated the pantheon of Greek gods on Mount Olympus. No one will care though since Andrews is such a great actor. Mr. Andrews, who stunned as Edmund in Germinal Stage Denver’s “Long Day’s Journey into Night,” is an actor to search out in every program.” -David Marlowe (full review)

Long Days Journey Into Night

REVIEW:  “Zachary Andrews, tall and elegant as if he’d stepped from the pages of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, turns in a fascinating performance as Edmund. He seems to be working hard to accommodate the rest of the family and stifle his feelings of grief and fear. As a result, these feelings are all the more moving when they emerge.” -Juliet Wittman, Westword- (full review)

Romeo & Juliet

REVIEW:  “Zachary Andrews plays Mercutio… He is terrific in his role as he defends the honor of the Montagues and Romeo in particular. A well-executed sword fight with Tybalt, played by Michael Pauly, is exciting to watch as the fluid motion of the cold steel swipes over, under, and near their target.” -Steve Wilson, Broadway World- (full review)

Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker

REVIEW: “The Coterie’s production of “Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker” is so well-crafted, so thoughtful in its design and execution, that it stands as one of the most artistically successful shows I’ve seen at the young-audiences theater.Literate, unpredictable, cleverly conceived by the design team as a sort of steampunk reverie and graced by an exceptionally athletic performance from Zachary Andrews, this effort from director Jeff Church earns nothing but gold stars.” -Robert Trussel, Kansas City Star- (full review)