ABOUT ME

Que tal, I'm Andres Munar, a bilingual writer, performer and educator from Bogotá, Colombia. 


My full-length play, Monks, was read at The Lark Play Development Center in NYC, where I also served as judge for the PONY playwriting award. My play Tallah, Drea, and Kim was developed at Goddard College, along with Pyramids, a television pilot about the Latino community and pyramid schemes. I have collaborated on community-based plays for Cornerstone Theater Company in Los Angeles, where I was a Theater Communications Group/Fox Fellow, and with the S.M.U.T. ensemble in NYC. 


For television and film — in addition to my acting work — I have collaborated on ADR dialogue for dozens of shows including Blue Bloods, The Get Down, Jett, The Sinner, and The Deuce. For many proud years, I taught playwriting to incarcerated youth through Manhattan Theater Club. I currently teach via their distance learning program, Theatrelink, for high school writers across the country. For my contribution to their playwrights' development, I was honored with The Bowden Award from New Dramatists. I currently write, teach and self-tape from The Research Triangle, NC, where I live with my wife and two children.