ANDY is a one bro show following college hockey player, Andy, as he starts a sex ed club on his campus.  Part play, part workshop, part best kegger of your life, the audience is both viewer and participant in Andy’s story… and the story underneath. Leading the audience through activities, journaling, and discussion, we are confronted with what we know and don’t know about our bodies, their power, and what happens when we crack open our shells and unleash what’s inside.

(Content warnings: audience participation, partial nudity, profanity)  

Adults Only
65 minutes
LGBTQ+, Solo Performance, Comedy, Theatre, Immersive
The People's Building
9995 E. Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

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Ana Evans

(Performer/Writer/Co Creator/Co Director)

Ana Evans is an actor, writer, and theatre maker currently based in Brooklyn NY.  Her work surrounds themes of gender, sexuality, and queerness, and she is always chasing magic, surprise and discovery on stage.  Originally from Minneapolis Minnesota, she received her BFA in Acting from University North Carolina School of the Arts.  Her work has been presented at Lincoln Center Education, Minnesota Fringe Festival, MOtiVE Brooklyn, and TheWhatCo.

Linnea Scott 

(Creative Doula/Co Director/Co Creator)

Linnea is a New York based actor, director, and clown who is originally from Denver. Their performing and devising works have recently been seen at Lincoln Center: Education, Theater Row, The 24 Hour Plays Off-Broadway, The Tank, Theaterlab, Center for Performance Research, and Falconworks Theater. They are in the business of making art that heals. Also, they really like to sit in the sun. Training: UNCSA.

Sam Theobald 


Sam Theobald is a Denver-raised and Brooklyn-based dramaturg and director with a passion for new works. He is currently a Research/Writing Assistant for the playwright, director, and filmmaker Young Jean Lee. Recent credits: Playwright’s Assistant (STEREOPHONIC on Broadway), Script Assistant (HERE WE ARE at The Shed), and Writers Assistant (Eugene O’Neill Theater Center). Most of his time is spent reading plays, baking breads, and preparing feasts. He holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University.

A thought-provoking performance about identity and how well we really know ourselves! "Andy" allows the audience to fully participate in questioning their choices, while feeling totally supported by Andy and their sex ed club. A show not to miss-- it's amusing and smart!
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The People’s Building

9995 E. Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Entrance: The main entrance is on the north side of the building at E. Colfax and Florence St in Aurora

Parking: There is a parking lot behind the building on the north side

Accessibility: ADA access at the west doors of the building, elevator to the theater level

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show