Tickets For The Hound, The Hare, and The Hallway are now on sale!


Andy's full length playwriting debut is set for Winterfest Festival at The Hudson Guild in February.

The Hound, The Hare, and The Hallway

Written By Andy Dispensa

Directed by Andy Dispensa and Nick Dispensa

Starring Sam Simone, Andy Dispensa and Lauren Renahan

Poster Art by Michael Dispensa

A dark romantic drama set almost entirely in a New York City apartment hallway. Marisa Rogers, living on her own for the first time, befriends Dante Rega, her neighbor from across the hall, and the two attempt to navigate feelings, loneliness, mental illness and certain fears.







Tickets for RagTag Theatre's Cinderella at Theatre Row are now on sale! 


Ragtag Theatre Company is back with their sold-out hit and this year’s Off Broadway Alliance winner for Best Family Show, Cinderella

Catch them Off-Broadway at:

Theatre Row - The Lion Theatre 

410 West 42nd Street

Between 9th and 10th Avenues

December 23, 2017-January 7, 2018

'The Hound, The Hare, And The Hallway' set to Debut at the hudson guild in february

Andy's new full length play has been selected by The Winterfest Festival for a 3 show run February 5th, 7th, and 10th. 

Fundraising is now underway for the production which will take place at the gorgeous Hudson Guild in Chelsea.

For more details click on the video to your left.

And If you care to help support this new work please visit-


'The Commedia Cinderella' Wins The OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE AWARD For Best Family Show 


'The Commedia Cinderella', a play in which Andy played one of the leads, was awarded 'Best Family Show' by the Off Broadway Alliance. 

Others being honored by the Alliance are Paula Vogel, Harvey Fierstein, Athol Fugard, Israel Horovitz, Charlotte Moore, and Estelle Parsons. Additionally, James Houghton will be inducted into the Off Broadway Alliance Hall of Fame.

The award ceremony will take place at Sardis on June 20th.

Look out this July for an encore performance from Rag Tag Theatre Co. where Andy will reprise his role of Pantalone/The Prince at The Mcginn/Cazale (Womans Project) Theatre.


Andy Originating the role of 'the caterpillar' in 'Your Alice ' With Ophelia Theatre Company

Your Alice by Billie Aken-Tyers 

SYNOPSIS: Your Alice explores the complex and dynamic friendship between Charles Ludvig Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) and his ‘Dreamchild’ muse Miss Alice Liddell, the inspiration behind Alice in Wonderland. As they sail down the Oxford river, the songs, words and whimsical characters of Wonderland are pitted against the demons of a man struggling to keep himself afloat.

Directed by Billie Aken-Tyers and Michael Bradshaw Flynn

Original score by Stephen Murphy

Starring: Eliza Shea, Charles Dodgson, Andy Dispensa, Tamara Sevunts, Kaitlyn Schirard, Ian Petersen, Michael Tubman, Lawryn Lacroix, Brittney Moss, Megan Magee, and Zach Rich



Andy To Play The lead in Israel Horovitz's 'LINE' - New York's Longest Running Play

Come February 20th Andy will step into the role of Stephen in Israel Horovitz's Line, the longest running play in New York. Premiering November 11th 1967 at La Mama with a cast that included John Cazale and Richard Dreyfuss, the off-off broadway show has been a staple of New York theatre for the past 50 years. It is an absurdist drama about 5 people waiting in line for an event. You can catch Line at-

The 13th Street Repertory Theatre

50 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011

Monday May 8th, 15th and 22nd at 7:30pm

Tickets are 10$ (Cash Only)

'I Pipistrelli' to be featured in the inaugural issue of The Dionysian Playwright Magazine

'I Pipistrelli' to be featured in the inaugural issue of The Dionysian Playwright Magazine

I Pipistrelli by Andy Dispensa

Andy's short play 'I Pipistrelli' has been accepted into The Dionysian, a new playwrighting magazine which will be printing its first issue December 1st 2016. The magazine chose to publish 'I Pipistrelli' along with 13 other plays from almost 400 submissions. It will also feature interviews from playwrights/directors Marco Calvani, Daniel Talbott, and Pulitzer Prize finalist Adam Rapp.

He would like to thank everyone at The Dionysian for reading his play and selecting it for their inaugural issue! These guys & gals are really doing some exciting things for playwrights and theatre in general, so look out for them.

The Dionysian mission statement reads-
The Dionysian aims to highlight emerging and established playwrights of all genres and backgrounds through a quarterly publication and blog.

You can find them at-

Artwork courtesy of Jeff Godfrey -