Andrew Puente
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CLAUDIO QUEST

A Video Game Musical

"Andrew Puente, fresh from playing Vietnam-bound Eddie Birdlace in the Chance’s Dogfight, returns with yet another dynamic star turn as second-fiddle Luis, whose road to self-discovery anchors Claudio Quest as it earns audience affection and cheers."

-StageSceneLA

"Vocally, Brians, Puente and Pena are first-rate pop-and-rock musical theater singers, well served in solos and by the part-melodic, part-lively Act Two song 'Moon Power.'... More than just an orange version of Claudio, Puente is utterly humble and likable as the modestly heroic Luis..."

-OC Register

"As [Claudio's] devoted 'Player Two', Andrew Puente too, does a superlative job; his character, Luis, may live in the shadow of his super sibling, but he, himself still has plenty of opportunities to shine—and that he does starting with his Act One soliloquy, 'Player Number Two'..."

-BuckingTrends

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DOGFIGHT

the Musical

"As Eddie, Andrew Puente delivers a wholly human portrayal of a guy pulled in opposing directions until he sees the repercussions of his behavior and gravitates toward Rose's empathy."

-LA Times

"Puente does revelatory work as Eddie, taking us from the fledgling Marine’s initial bravado to the revelation of hidden fears and a heart not yet scarred or hardened by combat."
Scenie Award for Star Making Performance (Musical)

-StageSceneLA

"Puente and Nelson essay some deeply emotional solos... Puente’s Eddie is aptly duplicitous, egotistical and obtuse, without a clue as to how to treat women – yet he’s genuinely moved by Rose, which gets us rooting for him to win her over." 

-OC Register

"Andrew Puente returns to The Chance as Staff Sergeant Eddie Birdlace–the callow-but-cocky Marine... Puente does a brilliant (and convincing) job with 'Come To A Party' as well as his compelling 11 O’Clock soliloquy 'Come Back'..." 

-BuckingTrends