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Adin Walker

ADIN WALKER (he/they) is a movement director + associate director for the dance, puppetry, and climate-justice focused Phantom Limb Company whose production Falling Out about the 2011 radiation disaster in Fukushima (BAM Next Wave Premiere) was featured on the cover of American Theater's 2020 Issue on Theater and Climate Change. Adin directed the world premieres of Adam Ashraf Elsayigh’s Data Queen and Yilong Liu’s PrEP Play, or Blue Parachute in San Francisco, the New York City premiere and Off-Broadway remount of Roger Q. Mason’s The White Dress, and regional premieres of L M Feldman's Grace, or the Art of Climbing and Allison Gregory's Not Medea in Jersey City. Adin choreographed multiple productions of Paula Vogel’s Tony award-winning Indecent with the Chautauqua Theater in New York and with Artists Repertory Theater + Profile Theater in Portland, OR, and is developing a range of new work with writers and composers including Esperanza Rosales Balcárcel, Lisa Gutkin, Julian Hornik, Khiyon Hursey, and Mark Sonnenblick. Walker graduated from Princeton and is currently in residence at Stanford University. 

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