Adin Walker


Adin is the movement director and associate director for the internationally touring dance/puppetry company, Phantom Limb, whose current work includes Falling Out (BAM Next Wave Premiere) about the 2011 tsunami and radiation crisis in Fukushima, and 69 Degrees South about the Ernest Shackleton expedition in Antarctica (upcoming ArtsEmerson.) NYC and Regional as director/choreographer: The White Dress (Araca Project/Access Theatre), Allison Gregory’s Not Medea and L M Feldman’s Grace, or the Art of Climbing (Art House), One Arm (Chautauqua Theatre), and Singin' in the Rain (McCarter Theatre/Princeton.) Adin choreographed the world premieres of Storming Heaven (West Virginia Public Theatre) and Normativity (New York Musical Festival), both directed by his sister Mia Walker, and he has collaborated with directors Alexandru Mihail, Louisa Thompson, Dawn Monique Williams, and Tracy Bersley. Adin danced principal roles in works by Karole Armitage, Christopher K. Morgan, Maleek Washington, and Alex Neoral, and he has been a guest artist at NYU, Princeton, Hunter, among others. Adin is a Power Vinyasa Yoga instructor and an Intimacy Director specializing in staging intimacy for stories centering on LGBTQ+ characters. Adin has been a longtime associate choreographer to Yehuda Hyman, including on the Guthrie Theater's production of Indecent, and he has assisted directors May Adrales, Shana Cooper, and Tony award-winner Rebecca Taichman. BA: Princeton. Proud SDC