Andrew Ritter is an actor, director, producer, teacher, writer, improviser and musical improviser. He spent 20 years working in Chicago before moving to Cornwall, VT in 2020. Some of his favorite performances include playing Ned in “Small Mouth Sounds” (Middlebury Acting Company), Grant in “Sankofa” (Collaboraction), Lionel in “An Average Man” (American Blues Theater), Peter in “The Diary of Anne Frank” (American Eagle Productions). He's been an ensemble member of many sketch comedy and improv shows like “Jewsical The Musical!” (The Second City), “The Improvised Sondheim Project,” “Mansical,” and “The Best Church Of God.” Andrew has also been on TV with guest star roles in “Chicago Fire,” “Proven Innocent,” and “Utopia” (American version). He created, directed and performed in the long-running family improv show “The Greatest Story Never Told” and is currently the owner and artistic director of Interact Creative Vermont (www.interatcreative.org).