As an actor, Noah approaches his work with enthusiasm, professionalism, and versatility. His extensive training background includes a broad range of styles, from stage to screen and from classical to contemporary. He is a trained singer and has a strong movement/dance/physical theatre background. A passionate collaborator, Noah has worked on many new plays, original creation projects and interdisciplinary projects.

Favorite stage credits include Johnny Has Gone For a Soldier with Philadelphia’s White Pines Productions, How I Learned To Drive and Ragtime at Temple, the one-man show Kicked with Figure-Ground Theatre (remounted with Theatre Tribe in Los Angeles), Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Theatre’s Jessie-Award winning production of You Are Here, Radix Theatre’s SexMachine, and the Rumble/Tangled Tongues co-production of Foreign Bodies.

Everything Went Down, an independent feature film Noah stars in, is currently doing very well in the U.S. festival circuit, garnering numerous awards and critical acclaim. The film is written and directed by Dustin Morrow, and co-stars musician Kate Tucker.

Noah holds an MFA in Acting from Temple University.

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Reviews

Noah Drew’s performance is riveting.

Kicked

M. J. Fine, Philadelphia City Paper

…a top-notch cast.

Johnny Has Gone For a Soldier

Toby Zinman, Philadelphia Inquirer

Noah Drew is the play’s single actor, elegant in his portrayals and deft in making the script’s several roles easy for an audience to differentiate. In a small piece whose characters could easily be overacted, Drew never comes close; there’s an eerie realism to his every word … clearly a winner.

Kicked

Howard Shapiro, Philadelphia Inquirer

…one of the most sincere, touching, and real hours of theatre I have experienced in a very long time… Schoonover and Drew manage to make young love as charming as when it’s first experienced.

Johnny Has Gone For a Soldier

Jim Rutter, EDGE Philadelphia

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