Knud Adams is a theater director who specializes in artful new plays of structural and emotional complexity.
NOTES ON MY MOTHER’S DECLINE by Andy Bragen
produced by The Play Company + Andy Bragen Theatre Projects
NYTW Next Door, October 2019
PARIS by Eboni Booth
Atlantic Theater Company, January/February 2019
Selected recent productions:
EVERYBODY by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
NYLON by Sofia Alvarez
INDEED, FRIEND! by Eliza Bent
MARIE AND BRUCE by Wally Shawn
TIN CAT SHOES by Trish Harnetiaux
ALOHA, ALOHA, OR WHEN I WAS QUEEN by Eliza Bent
THE WORKSHOP by Torrey Townsend
ASSHOLE by Justin Kuritzkes
THAT POOR GIRL AND HOW HE KILLED HER by Jen Silverman
KRAZYTOWN by Jenny Schwartz
EVERY ANGEL IS BRUTAL by Julia Jarcho
ON A CLEAR DAY I CAN SEE TO ELBA by Eliza Bent
TOM & ELIZA by Celine Song
SNORE + GUN LOGISTICS by Max Posner
He is an alumnus of the Drama League Next Stage Residency and Fall Directing Fellowship, the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, the Playwrights Horizons Directing Residency, and Kenyon College.
He trained by assisting some of the nation's foremost theater practitioners, including Sarah Benson, Rachel Chavkin, Richard Foreman, Sam Gold, André Gregory, and Elizabeth LeCompte.
Before moving to the U.S. at age fifteen, he grew up in France, England, and Scotland with his family of eight.