Andrew T. Carter possesses the rare and wonderful ability to create a safe and freedom-filled rehearsal room. His intuition, energy, and lively imagination simply propel you into possibility and play.
Stephanie Fieger (actor, New York)
Andrew is an ideal collaborator. He arrives with a very clear vision, and yet completely trusts and uses whatever you bring to the table.
Donnie Mather (Actor/Teacher: Atlantic Theatre Company, New York)
I can say that if Andrew comes back to Paris I will advise some of my students to go to his class and I will surely go back myself. I felt that my breathing was more free than it had ever been, I felt free... As a trained singer I didn't think I could benefit that much from a class like that.
Nancy Carroll (voice & singing teacher, Paris)
I am a performing artist and I met Andrew's work to show me a language that could slip in every one of the other languages like a foundation, an undercoat, especially for singing and acting. Andrew's work and his way to request movement from my body taught me in a crazy short time to feel that foundation, to feel gravity and to feel the possibility of letting go.
Cécile Nordegg (actor, singer, artist, Vienna)
My voice dropped about a tone, and I felt all my upper back much freer. I felt extremely mellow and content all evening, even though I was on a film shoot till midnight. I've been singing a little and found I needed little or no warm-up for the high notes.
Anne Cottis (actor, Paris)
At the end of the class Andrew had us stand and take note of our bodies' engagement to the ground. It was amazing to me - I was so much more grounded and balanced, and felt, well, stronger in my physical self - this made a huge difference in my monologue, as presented the second time around.
Denise Poirier (actor, New York)