Andrew Hamingson

Lecturer in Theater Management


Andy was thrilled be join LMCC as its new President in February 2016. Prior to LMCC, Andy was the first ever Executive Director of St. Ann’s Warehouse from February 2012 to January 2016, where his responsibilities included overseeing the company’s relocation to its permanent home in the historic Tobacco Warehouse and the $31.5 million capital campaign. Andy had administrative and strategic oversight of finance, operations, and development. Prior to St. Ann’s, Andy was the Executive Director of the Public Theater, where he oversaw all administrative and fiscal matters from 2008 until February 2011, and managed the theater’s first ever $35 million building campaign and renovation project. Before joining The Public, Andy served as Atlantic Theater Company’s Managing Director from 2004-2008. The Atlantic Theater Company’s world premiere of Spring Awakening transferred to Broadway and won 8 Tony Awards including Best New Musical in 2007. Prior to the Atlantic, he worked at the Manhattan Theatre Club for 12 years, the last five as Director of Development, culminating in the raising of $40 million to renovate and restore the historic Biltmore  (now the Samuel J. Friedman) Theater. Andy has been a visiting lecturer for the Yale School of Drama Theater Management Program since 1997. He is a trustee of 59E59, was on the Board of Theater Communications Group (2008-2014), and on the Advisory Boards of The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Berkshire Playwrights Lab, Beth Morrison Projects and PROTOTYPE Festival.