Drew Feldman is an actor, director, & writer originally from Dallas, TX and currently based in New York City.
Drew has performed in over 30 states across the United States. His work includes the New York REVIVAL of Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde and a year-long national tour with America’s longest running classical touring company, National Players, where he played Macbeth, Comedy of Errors, and The Odyssey in repertoire.
Most recently, Drew received a 2014 BroadwayWorld Los Angeles Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Play and Desert Theatre League nomination for Oustanding Lead Male Actor from Coachella Valley Repertory’s season opener, The Chosen, adapted by Aaron Posner from the novel by Chaim Potok.
Regionally, Drew has spent time at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Olney Theater Center, Coachella Valley Repertory, Oklahoma City Repertory, Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, Garland Summer Musicals, Spotlight Theater-Dallas, Richardson Theatre Centre and has collaborated in NYC with both BASiC Theatre Project and Lust & Liberty.
He is the co-artistic director and founder of the nomadic theater company unMasqued and performed as Joe in the US Tour (Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, NY) in Wasteland by Susan Felder and as Claudio/Balthasar in the Midwestern US Tour of unMasqued’s Much Ado About Nothing which opened in Los Angeles 2014. You can learn more at www.unmasqued.org
Drew graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BFA in Acting from Oklahoma City University where he received recognition as the Most Outstanding Male Senior in the School of Theater. He is also a proud alumnus of the National Theater Institute where he spent a semester training intensively 24/7 at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Connecticut. During his semester at the O’Neill 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 led by artistic director, Simon McBurney.
Film/TV Credits include: Murder Made Me Famous (TV Series, AMS Productions), Once is Enough (feature, dir. Paul Csige), Beach Pillows (feature), The Lucky Man (feature, dir. Norman Gregory McGuire), Thank You For The Music (dir. Spencer Frankenburger), We Are ROM3 (short), A Bitter Place (short), The Promise (short), Rapture (short), “Sweet Tooth” (music video), www.GONMF.com (commercial), Amnerdsia (Webseries, Series-Lead).
*MURDER MADE ME FAMOUS Episode 203 airs in July on REELZ.
Drew is represented by Linda McAlister Talent.
You can see Photos, watch Video, and hear his Music by clicking the MEDIA tab above.
For a more detailed list of stage and film roles see the RESUME tab.
As a Director
Drew is a recipient of the prestigious Hangar Directing Fellowship through the Drama League Directors Project. In the summer of 2016, Drew will be staging the musical Louis Braille: The World At Your Fingertips as part of the KIDDSTUFF series on the Hangar’s main stage and H. Leivick’s THE GOLEM as part of the Wedge Series.
Drew directed and co-adapted the film, We Are ROM3, which received an award for Best Editing and nomination for Best Sci-Fi at RED DIRT INTERNATIONAL. The film also played nationally at JOSHUA TREE INTERNATIONAL & TRAIL DANCE FILM FESTIVAL and premiered internationally at the SHAKESPEARE ON FILM FESTIVAL 2015 (Stratford-upon-Avon in association with Shakespeare’s BirthplaceTrust and MisFits, Inc.). His short film adaptation of Troilus & Cressida starring A.C. Stanford & Hilary Schwartz will premiered at the Antaeus Theater in Los Angeles, before screening at EL CIDS SHORTS and HOLLYWOOD FILM FESTIVAL.
Drew recently established the film production company, Collude Productions, and is currently in post-production for the short film White Noise shot in Chicago, 2015
In the summer of 2015, Drew spent time at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center as an Assistant Director of the National Playwrights Conference and National Music Theatre Conference.
In the summer of 2014, Drew directed unMasqued’s inaugural play, a blugrass/folk staging of Much Ado About Nothing, at the Pieter Performance Space in LA and then re-staged the production for its Midwestern US tour. This play featured live performance on guitars, banjos, d rums, violins, cellos, pianos, accordions, and vocals with visual art by Valerie Sharp, original music by Davis Good.
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.
In April of 2013, Drew collaborated with the OCU’s School of Visual Art and Out Of The Box to direct a production of Sight Unseen by Donald Margulies in the Norick Art Center’s main studio. This piece also featured work by his team of collaborators; paintings by Valerie Sharp and music by composer Davis Good.
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.
*Music Videos (2) to accompany singer/songwriter Bobby Noble’s debut album Naked featuring Pump The Breaks & The Rush.
*Feature film adaptation of Goldilocks and the Three Bears starring Kelsey Griswold (American Crime Story). Pre-Production.
You can see Video of his directing work by clicking the MEDIA tab above.
As a Teacher
Drew has had the honor of working with children at the local Boys and Girls Club and through Oklahoma Children’s Theater after-school programs. In addition to his work in Oklahoma, he spent time at the United States Military Academy at West Point where he helped a select group of cadets stage their production of You Can’t Take it With You by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart.
Having been raised in a “scuba diving family” 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.