Passionate about creating work for new audiences and all people, Drewe is an actor, singer, and director. Currently living in Richmond, Virginia Drewe studies at Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts working towards a BFA in Theatre Performance. After discovering their passion for directing they worked on projects with notable directors such as Johanna Gruenhut and Josh Chenard. Drewe is an advocate for creating new work that allows the voices of those who have not been heard on stage to be represented and understood. Along with their love for developing new works, Drewe is extremely passionate about the retelling and reimagining of the classic. 

Drewe has also been a teaching artist and administrator with companies such as Acting for Young People, The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company, and administrative assistant with the VCUarts Admissions Office.

Please feel free to contact them with questions, or work opportunities! 




During the Summer of 2019 Drewe is back in Weston, Vermont at the The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company as the Education Outreach Fellow working with Executive Artistic Director Susanna Gellert (TFANA, Center Stage). Drewe is also Assistant Directing I and You directed by Johanna Gruenhut (The Public Theatre, Arena Stage). 


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While at Weston, Drewe will be leading post show Talkbacks, facilitating pre-show director's talks, and teaching high school students about the power of theatre by cultivating our natural style and free voice. 

In September 2019, Drewe will be directing God of Carnage with the Shafer Alliance Laboratory Theatre. Immediately to follow, Drewe will be the Movement Director and playing the role of John Dashwood  in TheatreVCU's production of Sense and Sensibility.  

In January 2020 Drewe will take on Stephen Adly Gurgis' religious courtroom drama The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Drewe's reimagined production will feature a brand new score and ballet. This production will be at Dogtown Dance in Richmond Virginia. 


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