"the basic irreducible fact of theater is:
we're together in this place,
what are we gonna make of it?"

–tim vasen (1964 - 2015)

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Adin is an NYC-based director and choreographer, collaborating on new works and reimagined revivals. He is a member of the dance, puppetry, and environmentalist-focused Phantom Limb Company, collaborating with the company as Movement Director and Associate Director. Adin trained in classical, contemporary, and hip hop dance, having performed principal roles in works by Maleek K. Washington, Christopher K. Morgan, and Karole Armitage. He is a graduate of Princeton University where he studied English, Theatre, and Gender & Sexualities. Adin is an Intimacy Director, a certified Power Vinyasa Instructor, and has been a guest artist at NYU Tisch, Hunter College, Princeton, Whitworth, among others. As an artistic leader and producer, he is a former Artistic Associate of Art House Productions in Jersey City, he assisted Tony Award-Winning producer Mara Isaacs in the early days of Octopus Theatricals, and he has held directing fellowships with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Chautauqua Theater Company. He frequently collaborates with his sister, Mia Walker.

Upcoming Projects:

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 Indecent at Artists Repertory Theatre in Portland, Oregon (Winter 2020)

Movement Director and Associate Director of 69˚S. (The Shackleton Project) by Phantom Limb Company, at ArtsEmerson in Spring of 2020

Recent Projects

Directing/Choreographing the NYC Premiere Production of Roger Q. Mason’s The White Dress at Access Theater, July 2019

Choreographing Storming Heaven at West Virginia Public Theater June, 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

Phantom Limb Company's Falling Out (OZ Arts Nashville October 2018 // BAM Next Wave November 2019 // Kennedy Center April 2019)



Follow Adin on Instagram at @adinsidneywalker