Andrew Broaddus started dancing at 19 at Oberlin College, where he graduated in 2007.
He has performed several times with Ocircus as a juggler, clown, and ringmaster. He has danced for Megan Sipe and Dancing Fish Productions, and has worked with KT Niehoff and Holly Handman-Lopez. Last summer he had the rare opportunity to parody the American Dance Festivalís 75th anniversary for a festival audience, and was part of a dancing machine that destroyed the world in There Will Come Soft Rains with Sinking Ship Productions. He still hasn't found a great pair of pajamas. He is hanging in there.
Andrew has performed with Run For Your Life! in D was a Dancer and A Revolutionary Breakthrough in Dance.