Associate Artist and 3GT Legacy Member Andrea Gordon has been directing and producing theater on the
West coast since 1983. She was resident director at Theater Artists of Marin, the One Act Theatre Company,
Artistic Director for Tour de Force Theatre Company, and the last incarnation of the Eureka Theatre (along
with Benny Sato Ambush and Lane Nishikawa). Her 78 productions have garnered 19 BATTC awards and
several Dean Goodman Dramalogue awards for Direction and Production. She has directed and taught at
Berkeley Rep’s apprentice program, ACT’s conservatory reading program, Marin Theatre Company, The Magic
Theatre, the Eureka Theatre, Berkeley Stage, Asian American Theatre Company, San Francisco Shakespeare
Festival, the Fringe Festival and many other places up and down the California Coast, NYC and Chicago. She
attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, The High School for Performing Arts NYC, took her BA in
Dramatic Writing at The College of Creative Studies U.C.S.B, and her MA in Theater Direction from SFSU. She
has taught acting, dramaturgy, dramatic literature and voice and diction at U.C.S.B., St. Mary’s College, the
London School of Dramatic Arts, Suisun Valley College, City College of San Francisco and San Francisco’s New
College, among others. And, because the cardinal rule of theater is to never give up your day job, she is a Top-
Producing Realtor at COMPASS in Berkeley and Oakland. Andrea directed 3GT’s first full production (Lee
Brady’s Janice & Shelley & Jo at the Fringe in 2011), as well as numerous Salon Series readings over the years.
In 2018, she directed Brady’s SOUTHERN LIGHTS at Z Below for Three Girls Theatre.