Andrew Ross is a theatre director from Western Australia, who has directed a number of iconic Western Australian plays including The Dreamers and No Sugar by Jack Davis, and Bran Nue Dae and Corrugation Road by Jimmy Chi. He has adapted and directed The Merry-go-Round in the Sea and Tourmaline by Randolph Stow for Black Swan Theatre in Festivals of Perth. His productions have toured nationally and internationally, and won a number of best production awards including a Melbourne Greenroom Award, an Age Critics Melbourne Festival Award and a Western Australian Equity Award.
He was foundation director of Black Swan State Theatre in Perth from 1991-2003.
He worked for the Indonesian Government, Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy producing the Indonesian Performing Arts Market in 2013. He was a board member of the Australia Indonesia Institute, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade from 2016-2019.
Andrew has taught and directed at the Victorian College of the Arts and Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.