The small Repertory Theatre in
“This is the only thing I’ve ever wanted to do,” Andrews said. “I love performing and sharing the art of magic with people. My show is inherently different, and I work hard to really make it relevant and modern for my audience.”
Andrews hosts her one-woman show “Perception” on Saturday nights at The Rep, along with kids’ workshops and family performances during the week. And when she’s not performing, she focuses on research and development and the historical path of magic.
“There’s such a science to magic,” Andrews said. “I love learning the background of study — philosophy, science, psychology. There’s more to the art of magic than meets the eye.”
Andrews is no stranger to South Walton. She was recently awarded a month-long retreat for the Escape To Create program in
“I had so much fun at Escape To Create,” Andrews said. “I was literally researching 18-hours a day. I want to give my magic a very modern aesthetic and be aware of what people want out of a performance, and that takes a lot of hard work. But magic is my artistic medium — an outrageously beautiful tool.”
Andrews is performing her shows and workshops now through Aug. 2. She’s part of The REP’s summer season, including a summer short series “Seaside Shorts” and a “Low Country” comedy tour and more. The REP is located at