Adin Walker

Digital Public Fellow
Department of Theater and Performance Studies, Stanford University

Adin Walker (he/they) is a third-year PhD Candidate in Theatre and Performance Studies with a minor in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Adin’s writing and teaching centers queer art and activism with particular attention to public health and climate justice. Adin is movement director and associate director for the internationally-touring dance, puppetry, and climate-justice focused Phantom Limb Company, whose production "Falling Out" about the 2011 tsunami and radiation disaster in Fukushima premiered in BAM’s Next Wave Festival in 2018. Adin recently directed the world premiere of Yilong Liu’s "PrEP Play, or Blue Parachute" in San Francisco with the New Conservatory Theater Center and choreographed Paula Vogel’s Tony award-winning "Indecent" with the Chautauqua Theater in New York (dir. Lisa Rothe) and in Portland, OR with Artists Repertory Theater + Profile Theater (dir. Josh Hecht). As choreographer and director, Adin collaborates frequently with writers and composers Philip Dawkins, L M Feldman, Amy Freed, Ava Geyer, Julian Hornik, Khiyon Hursey, Emily Kitchens, Yilong Liu, Roger Q. Mason, Anya Pearson, Ezperanza Rosales-Balcarcel, Louisa Thompson, and Mark Sonnenblick. Adin has been a guest artist/lecturer at Yale School of Drama, Princeton, and NYU Tisch. www.adinwalker.com

Adin Walker