Andrew Morton was associate director for Florencia en el Amazonas at Los Angeles Opera and Seattle Opera in 1997 and 1998, respectively, as well as for the remounted production at Houston Grand Opera in 2001. Born in Dorset, England, Morton has been a staff producer for English National Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Opera North, and Opéra Royal de Wallonie. Morton has directed Wolf- Ferrari’s Quattro rusteghi for European Chamber Opera, Bizet’s Carmen for Mikandora Productions, and Mozart’s Zauberflöte for Kent Lyric Opera. His theater direction credits include Macbeth and Much Ado About Nothing for the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival. As a tenor, Morton has performed Valjean in Les Misérables in London, Nemorino in Donizetti’s Elisir d’amore with Pegasus Opera, several roles with Opera della Luna, and Remendado in Carmen on a tour of Kenya with Garden Opera. Last year he made his debut with Grange Park Opera as Balakin in Tchaikovsky’s Enchantress. Future plans include writing a television script based on Don Giovanni and an opera based on the children’s cartoon Mr. Benn.