Martin E. Andrucki

Professor Emeritus
Charles A. Dana Professor


31 Frye St, Room 106


Martin Andrucki is Charles A. Dana Professor of Theater at Bates College. Prof. Andrucki has directed some fifty productions in academic and professional theaters in the United States and Europe. He is the author of four plays, including Manny’s War, which was nominated for the New Play Award of the American Theater Critics Association. Prof. Andrucki has served as literary advisor and dramaturg of Maine’s two professional theaters, Portland Stage Company and The Public Theatre. The author of seventy articles and essays on classical and contemporary playwrights, he has taught dramatic literature and film studies at Harvard University and performance skills at the University of Maine School of Law. Prof. Andrucki has also taught film and theater in Tokyo, London, Budapest, and Prague, and was a Fulbright Scholar in Hungary. He served as host of Wide Angle, Maine Public Television’s weekly series on Maine filmmakers. A magna cum laude graduate of Columbia University, he holds the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Harvard and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.