Andrew Gilbert is a Los Angeles-based performer, musician, and teacher. In 2007 he co-founded Poor Dog Group, an experimental theater collective with whom he has developed six works as a performer and LA Weekly Theater Award winning composer/sound designer. With PDG he has performed at venues including REDCAT, the Experimental Media and Performance Art Center (EMPAC), The Getty Villa, South Coast Repertory Theater, Live Arts Exchange Festival, Grotowski Institute in Poland, Bitef Theater in Serbia, and the Pula International Theater Festival in Croatia. House Music, co-created with choreographer Jennie Liu, is a performance for 16 guests rooted in an ongoing study of Japanese tea ceremony, and has been performed since 2014 at venues including Prelude Festival, Live Arts Exchange, HomeLA, the Mistake Room, and the Printed Matter Art Book Fair in Los Angeles. He has also performed in the work of the Padua Playwrights, 24th Street Theater, and the Elephant Theater. Gilbert is one half of the band Royal Auditorium which will release their sophomore EP in 2017. In July 2017 he will be in residence at PAM Residencies with his solo music project, Al’s Beats. Andrew is a teaching artist at a charter school in Inglewood as well as a commercial actor. Andrew is a graduate of the CalArts School of Theater.