Knud Adams is a theater director who specializes in artful/intelligent/radical new plays.
His recent productions include:
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
AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH TYPHOID MARY by Carl Holder
MY JANE by Daniel Kramer
LOVEPLAY/PLAYMONEY by Sam Alper
SALOME OF THE MOON by Nick Jones
He was a Drama League Directing Fellow, a member of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, and a Playwrights Horizons Directing Resident.
After graduating from Kenyon College, he continued his training by assisting some of the nation's foremost theater artists, including André Gregory, Elizabeth LeCompte, Richard Foreman, Sam Gold, and Sarah Benson.
Before moving to the U.S. at age fifteen, he grew up in France, England, and Scotland.