Andy’s iconic costume designs for the huge hits Les Misérables and Miss Saigon have been seen in London and on Broadway (gaining her a Tony nomination for Les Misérables) with productions continuing to play worldwide. Les Misérables became the West End’s longest-running show at 32 years, and a major new production of
Miss Saigon is currently playing a US tour following successful runs in the West End and on Broadway. Among Andy’s other costume designs are Timon of Athens with David Suchet, The Baker’s Wife and Gone With the Wind – all three directed by Trevor Nunn, Peter Pan (Royal National Theatre) directed by John Caird, and Bizet’s Carmen at the Royal Albert Hall, as well as the musicals The Far Pavilions (West End), and the mega-hit Grease (Dominion Theatre/UK and European tours).
Other international credits include Nabucco directed by Elijah Moshinsky (The Met, New York), Miss Julie (Athens), Jane Eyre: The Musical directed by John Caird (Broadway; Outer Critics Circle Award nomination) and Cameron Mackintosh’s revised version of Martin Guerre (USA).
Andy’s costume designs for the Royal Shakespeare Company include The Changeling directed by Michael Attenborough, The Merchant of Venice with Antony Sher, The Fair Maid of the West directed by Trevor Nunn (inaugural production Swan Theatre), Hedda Gabler with Glenda Jackson, Once in a Lifetime, Peter Pan, and Nicholas Nickleby at Stratford and on Broadway, the latter winning Andy the Outer Circle Critics’ Award for Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design.
Film credits include Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead with Richard Dreyfuss directed by Tom Stoppard and Still Life with Roger Daltrey.