Meet the Team

Andrew J. Beck is an accomplished actor and theatrical director and producer with over 15 years in the industry. Some notable acting credits include Our Lady Of Queens with Austin Pendleton, Dictators for Hire with Juson Williams in the Midtown International Theatre Festival. Andrew has also worked with Ed Asner, world-renowned director Elizabeth Falk, Austin Pendleton, among others. Favorite roles include Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde (Oscar Wilde), Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas), West Side Story (Tony), The Glass Menagerie (Tom), Bus Stop (Dr. Lyman), Little Shop of Horrors (Voice of Audrey II), Urinetown (Officer Lockstock), The Threepenny Opera (Mack’s Gang), Cabaret (Ernst Ludwig). Andrew was in the original off-Broadway cast of Most Likely To: The Senior Superlative Musical and The Black Count of Monte Cristo. Andrew was also the former Artistic Director of the infamous, now defunct Bluebox Theatre Company.

Andrew has directed award winning productions of Blackbird (BW World NOMINEE - Best Play, Best Actress) , The Motherf$%&er With the Hat (BW World WINNER - Best Play of the Decade Long Island, BW World NOMINEE - Best Director, Best Ensemble, Best Actor, Best Actress) The New York Premiere of ACME: A Company that Makes Everything (BW World NOMINEE - Best Sound Design, Best Play, Best Actor), 12 Angry Men, Bug, Grease, Dog Sees God, Songs for a New World, Back to the 80's and various readings on Long Island and in NYC. Andrew has worked with Creative Concept Productions as the Associate Producer and company representative of A Homecoming in the FringeNYC. Outta Bounds Productions has mounted 3 productions of the Long Island Premiere of an originally adapted stage version of Night of the Living Dead, giving Long Island audiences a Halloween tradition.

He also enjoys cooking, video games, football, professional wrestling, doggos and animated comedies.

Producing Artistic Director

Outta Bounds Artistic Associates
"The Rebels"

Bryon Azoulay
Ian Beck
Louis Cox
John Dorcic
John Dzienius
Natalie Dzienius
Giovanni Marine

David Morrissey Jr.
Mitchell One
Nikki Silva

Gianna Zuffante


Joe Rubino, Founding Artistic Director
Scott Johnston, Founding Executive Director
Nikki Silva, Former Managing Director

Megan is an actress, director, and producer of theatre and film with 15 New York years under her belt. On stage, Megan has performed at such renowned venues as The Cherry Lane, The Triad, St. Luke’s, BAM, and more. She recently co-starred with Marty Grabstein in Hunter is F**ked, a short film in which she and Grabstein won the award for Best Acting Duo at the Austin Comedy Film Festival. She also had the honor of working with Austin Pendleton as a voice actor in the science fiction found footage podcast Mission: Sanctuary. Favorite past productions include Your Alice (Tweedle Dum), The Tempest (Caliban), Stupid F**king Bird (Nina), and Some Night: A Sequel to Midsummer Night’s Dream (Natalie/Titania). Megan has worked previously as the Communications Director and Associate Artistic Director of Theatre 68 in Manhattan.

Megan directed the award-winning pilot of the female driven comedy Yellow Lines, which won Best New Pilot at the Chain Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Dramedy at NJ Web Fest. The remaining seven episodes will be available for streaming early next year. Favorite stage directing credits include String of Pearls (Arthur Seelen Theatre), and Burning House (New York Theatre Festival).

In addition to creating theatre and film, Megan enjoys karaoke, running and yoga, petting cats, and recently picked up gardening. She has only killed one tomato thus far.

Managing Director

Company Manager/ Producer

Rob is an actor, writer, and producer. He’s known Andrew since college theater class on Long Island and is stoked to help him run his production company and produce. He’s worked on film & TV sets in ten states and recently forayed into theater, helping produce Race: The Movie: The Play at SoHo Playhouse last year. He’ll be working at Edinburgh Fringe this summer and is writing a solo show to perform there one day. His favorite roles include “Fezzik” in a theatrical production of The Princess Bride and “Lurch” on the Netflix show Maniac. His story about the gingerbread man in second grade was displayed in the public library of his hometown. If he ever blocks your view at a concert, say hello.

Advisory Board
Adam Weinstock
Austin Pendleton
Elizabeth Falk
Victor Abravaya
David Morrissey Jr

Outta Bounds Productions is fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas, a 501(c)(3) public charity that helps artists and arts organizations raise money from charitable sources. Contributions for the purposes of Outta Bounds Productions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.