Drew Feldman Biography

 
Bio:
Drew Feldman is an actor and director who recently graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BFA in Acting at Oklahoma City University this past May, 2013. During his time at OCU, Drew performed in over 10 of his universities productions and received recognition as the Most Outstanding Male Senior in the ... (read more)
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Bio:
Drew Feldman is an actor and director who recently graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BFA in Acting at Oklahoma City University this past May, 2013. During his time at OCU, Drew performed in over 10 of his universities productions and received recognition as the Most Outstanding Male Senior in the ... (read more)

Drew Feldman is an actor and director who recently graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BFA in Acting at Oklahoma City University this past May, 2013.



During his time at OCU, Drew performed in over 10 of his universities productions and received recognition as the Most Outstanding Male Senior in the School of Theater.



Drew is a proud alumnus of the National Theater Institute where he spent his fall 2011 semester training intensively 24/7 at the Eugene OíNeill Theater Center in Waterford, Connecticut. During his semester at the OíNeill Center, he travelled to London where he was given the opportunity to learn from core members of Propeller, an all-male Shakespeare acting company, and Complicite, a devised theater company. Concluding his semester at NTI, Drew collaborated with his beloved 32 pioneer ensemble to create a piece titled Belly of the Whale, an adaptation of Clifford Odetís Waiting for Lefty.



Recently, Drew spent his summer between junior and senior year in New York City acting in BASiC Theatre Projectís inaugural production of Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde. During his time in New York City he also took part in the reading of a new musical, COAL, currently being created by Littleglobe Productions.



While pursuing his degree, Drew has worked regionally with Oklahoma City Repertory, where he received his Equity Membership Candidacy performing as Eugene Jerome in Biloxi Blues and, in the spring of 2010, understudying the role of Lampito in their production of Lysistrata.



In Oklahoma, Drew has appeared as both Fred (2010) and Peter (2009) in Oklahoma Childrenís Theater production of A Christmas Carol. He has also acted in his universities productions of Angels in America (Louis), 110 in the Shade (Noah Curry), Dancing at Lughnasa (Michael), Time Stands Still (James), Bug (Dr. Sweet), and Rabbit Hole (Howie).



Regionally, Drew has performed in the DFW area with Spotlight Theaterís production of Lost in Yonkers (Arty), Garland Summer Musicalís The Music Man (Salesmen/Ensemble), and Richardson Theatre Centerís Father of the Bride (Buzz).



As a director, Drew has been fascinated by collaborative, devised theater Ė having been opened to this type of work at the National Theater Institute. In the spring of 2012, Drew set out to create and establish a theater collective titled Inspired By which provided Oklahoma City artists (actors, directors, writers, designers, musicians, composers, etc.) an environment to come together, collaborate, and be inspired by exploring together in a theatrical way.



Continuing this exploration of devised theater in the spring of 2012, he brought together three friends to create the piece Love Again for Broadway Fun for Funds, a cabaret-styled benefit performance which raises money for the fight against AIDs.



As a teacher, Drew has had the honor of working with children at the local Boys and Girls Club and through Oklahoma Childrenís Theater after-school programs. In addition to his work in Oklahoma, he spent time at the West Point Military Academy where he helped a select group of cadets workshop their production of You Canít Take it With You by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart.



Fun Facts: Having been raised in a ďscuba diving familyĒ Drew is a Certified Scuba Diver, lover of A Cappella music, and spends most of his free time playing guitar and living vicariously through his galactic obsession of Star Wars.