Actor. Mover. Teaching Artist.
Andrea Rose Cardoni
"" I will dare to be bad so that I will be good. I am an artist. I am that I am." - Bill Fennelly, Actor's Creed
As a Philadelphia-based artist, I am constantly inspired by the community around me. I recognize the value in the raw, honest lived experiences of others and the lessons we can all learn from them.
My goal as a performer and teaching artist is to make space for these stories to be heard and use that opportunity to influence my journey as an actor, but also as a member of our community. Our culture becomes richer when we embrace the differences in our experiences and utilize shared spaces to do just this.
I am a committed collaborator and teacher in pursuit of finding truth through expression, storytelling, and exploration. As an actor with experience in film, commercial theatre, devised theatre and new work, I am deeply excited by exploring new territories and would love to collaborate with you!
Cast as Beauty in...
The Beast in the Bayou
A Touring Production with Enchantment Theatre Company
September 2019 - May 2020
Set in Louisiana with the flavor of an American folk tale, our story transports audiences to a magical world of herons, turtles, alligators and a mysterious Beast. In a little town at the edge of the bayou live a loving father and his two daughters, Grace Elizabeth and Beauty Jane. Beauty loves to explore the swamps and forest but after she has an accident there, she refuses to return. When her father’s livelihood is threatened by the wealthiest man in town, he travels into the forest and accidentally encounters the Beast. To save her father Beauty returns to the bayou and discovers the truth about the Beast. Realizing her true purpose, she bravely protects the creatures that call the bayou home as she stands up to those who want to destroy it.
For more information on the production, visit https://enchantmenttheatre.org/philadelphia-area-shows/enchantment-everywhere/bayou/
Cast as Keely in...
Keely and Du
A Production with Allens Lane Theater
Directed by Scott R. Grumling and T. Patrick Ryan
March 6 - 22 2020
Du, a right-to-life activist, and Keely, a pregnant rape victim, transcend their circumstances and the ideological issues that separate them. A Pulitzer Prize finalist for Drama, Keely and Du is a mind-probing issue play with a gripping human face. Who is accountable? What is the extent of individual freedom? What are a rape victim’s rights? What are a Christian’s realities of procreation? The passionate and gripping story of these two women exists on the extreme edge of everyday reality.
Pro-Life? Pro-Choice? Are you sure?
For ticket information, please visit https://allenslane.org/theater/theater-reservations/
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