"the basic irreducible fact of theater is:
we're together in this place,
what are we gonna make of it?"
–tim vasen (1964 - 2015)
from this video
Choreographing Storming Heaven at West Virginia Public Theater June, 2019
Directing/Choreographing the NYC Premiere Production of Roger Q. Mason’s The White Dress at Access Theater in June/July 2019 during World Pride
Movement Director and Associate Director of Twelve Angry Animals written and directed by Jessica Grindstaff of Phantom Limb Company at NYU Tisch (Fall 2019)
Choreographer of Pleasure Men by Roger Q. Mason, directed by Michael Alvarez, receiving a workshop at The Flea produced by Hook & Eye
Director of a queer adaptation of A Christmas Carol by Philip Dawkins, receiving a workshop at Princeton University, Lewis Center for the Arts in January, 2019
Associate Director of The Mar Vista directed, written, and choreographed by Yehuda Hyman. Performances at Signature Theatre in March, 2019
Director of Allison Gregory’s Not Medea at Art House Productions (December 6-16, 2018)
Off-Broadway and Regional as Director/Choreographer: Allison Gregory’s Not Medea and L M Feldman’s Grace, or the Art of Climbing (Art House), Soft Butter (Ars Nova), The White Dress (Araca Project), One Arm (Chautauqua Theatre), Pin* and the Blue Fairy (Drama League Residency and Dixon Place), Gruesome Playground Injuries (TheaterLab NYC), Rent, and Singin' in the Rain (Princeton/McCarter.) Walker choreographed the NYC premiere of Normativity (dir. Mia Walker, NYMF) and has previously collaborated with directors Alexandru Mihail, Tracy Bersley, Whitney Mosery, Dawn Monique Williams, and Louisa Thompson. Walker has developed new work with Powerhouse/New York Stage and Film, the New Victory Theater, Arena Stage, Musical Theater Factory, OZ Arts Nashville, BAM, Art House Productions (Artistic Associate, 2017-2019), among others. Walker is associate director of Phantom Limb Company's now touring Butoh Dance and Puppetry spectacle Falling Out (BAM Next Wave 2018 premiere.) Walker trained at CityDance, Complexions, Joffrey, Washington School of Ballet, and has danced principle roles in works by Karole Armitage, Maleek K. Washington, Christopher K. Morgan, and Alex Neoral.
Adin Walker graduated from Princeton University with degrees in English, Theater, and Gender & Sexuality Studies. He is a proud member of SDC.
Adin is also a Yoga Alliance, 200-hour certified Power Vinyasa Yoga instructor.