Seesaw // J2 Spotlight Musical Theatre Company (Off-Broadway)


    - Peter Filichia, This Week on Broadway (Podcast)


“It’s hard to find this type of actor nowadays…Perfect.”

    - Michael Portantiere, This Week on Broadway (Podcast)


“Excellent….a dreamboat in the making.”

    - Sarah Downs, The Front Row Center


    - Suzanna Bowling, Times Square Chronicles

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Camelot // New London Barn Playhouse

"Andy Tighe's "If Ever I Would Leave You" was the most heartfelt, sincere, and beautiful performance I have ever seen/heard. And that covers half a century and very famous voices." 

- Jane Handley, New London Testimonial

My Fair Lady // New Bedford Festival Theatre

"Tall, handsome, blond haired Andy Tighe shines as Freddy with his stellar tenor voice. His “On the Street Where You Live” is astounding and perfectly performed. He is a hoot."

- Tony Annicone, Theatre Mirror

Thoroughly Modern Millie // Reagle Music Theatre

"Tighe plays the charming rogue Jimmy with expert comic timing and genuine vulnerability. Especially in numbers like “What Do I Need With Love,” it’s easy to see why Jimmy captures Millie’s heart, just as Millie captured his." 

- Dan Coakley, Wicked Local

"His glorious tenor voice soars in "I Turned the Corner" and "What Do I Need With Love?" Andrew is very impressive in this role."

- Tony Annicone, Theatre Mirror

Merrily We Roll Along // The Boston Conservatory

"Tighe has charisma and presence to last hours. You never get bored watching him. Acting and singing you can teach with time, patience, and the right teachers. Stage presence? No, sir. Tighe easily carries the show on his shoulders, making his Frank more than the sum of his parts, but an increasingly interesting man of hopes dashed and dreams unclaimed. Such talent keeps the show from being a wishy-washy tale of has-beens and despair." 

- Brian Balduzzi, ArtsImpulse

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The Sound of Music // North Shore Music Theatre

Liesel’s coming-of-age duet “Sixteen Going on Seventeen” with budding Nazi-messenger boy Rolf Gruber (Andrew Tighe) is a sweet tightrope of love and sexual politics that almost seems too intimate for a crowd to watch.

- Craig Idlebrook, The New England Theatre Geek