Adam H. Greene’s work spans across Theater, Opera, Dance, Television, Events and Retail. Adam received the Backstage Garland Award for his design of Sinan Unel’s Pera Palas at The Boston Court.
Recent design credits include Lyric Opera Virginia's inaugral production La Traviata, and Cleveland Opera's Julius Caesar, both with director Michael Shell; Ballybeg's production of The Taste Of It, with director Alex Levy. Upcoming productions include HMS Pinafore with Virginia Opera and La Boheme with NJ Assoc. Verismo Opera
New York theater designs include The Actors’ Gang production of Embedded at The Public Theater with Writer / Director Tim Robbins, Man in Boat’s The Angel of History at HERE Arts Center, Ian Kelly’s Beau Brummel and Cooking for Kings at 59E59 Theaters’ Brits Off-Broadway,Ends Eve: the Feast of 2012 at the Village Theater, and Bent to the Flameat SoHo Playhouse. Adam has worked with directors Gordon Ostrowski, Evelyn La Quaif, Simon Green, Victor Pappas, Matthew Torney, Henning Heglend, Michael Michetti, Bart DeLorenzo, B.J. Dodge, Dan Butler, Brent Hinkley, Luis Avalos, Frank Anderson, Shira Pivens, Sue Wolf, Beth F. Milles, Jon Rivera, Tracy Young, Joyce Pivens, Ken Roht, and Nataki Garrett. Adam has worked in New York at Theatre Row, Village Theater, SoHo Playhouse, The Linhart Theater; and in the Los Angeles area at The Actors’ Gang, Evidence Room, Boston Court, REDCAT Roy and Edna Disney / CalArts Theater, Plaza del la Raza, Stella Adler Theatre, The Chance Theater, Santa Monica Playhouse, Edgemar, and The Coronet Theater. Adam’s work has also been seen Internationally with The Actors’ Gang tour of Embedded.
Adam’s designs have been a part of many premiere productions, including Tim Robbins’ Embedded, Rubén Polendo’sCanticle, Man in Boat’s The Angel of History, Ian Kelly’s Beau Brummel, Angela Berliner’s Little, Luis Avalos’ Forbidden Fruit and Ollantay, and Holly Leven’s Funny Business.
Dance design credits include Christina Noel and The Creatures 'Murica, Courtney Giannone's Tip of the Tongue, Djahari Clarks' Winter in the Woods at Bushwick Starr, Simone Sobers’ Silly Rabbit and James Sutton’s Laughing Matters at 2nd Ave Dance Company, Holly Johnson’s Unrest at The Linhart Theatre, and Ken Roht’s 99¢ Dance Extravaganza at Evidence Room.
Opera credits for Mr. Greene include Un Ballo in Maschera, Rigoletto, Aida, Cavalleria Rusticana, Suor Angelica, andMadama Butterfly with New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera, Spanish Treasures and Of Love and Loss at Manhattan School of Music.
As an Assistant Designer, Adam has worked with designers Keith Parham, Robert Wierzel, James F. Ingalls, Christopher Akerlind, Don Holder, Howell Binkley, Lap Chi-Chu, Mary Louise Geiger, Allen Lee Hughes, Anne Milltello, Geoff Korf, Alex V. Nichols, and Russell Champa.
Adam has been the Resident Lighting Designer at The Actors’ Gang, and the Resident Assistant at The Mark Taper Forum.
Working with Lighting Design Group, Adam has experience in television lighting at Univisoin & Fusion Studios-Miami, CCTV - Beijing, Al Jazeera America, Bloomberg News, CNN studios, Fuse and satellite interviews - NYC.
As a Production Designer Adam has worked with director Jennifer Li on Gut.
Adam holds a BFA in Theater from California Institute of the Arts, and an MFA in Design for Stage and Film from New York Univeristy’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Originally from Peterborough, New Hampshire, Adam H. Greene has lived in Portland (Oregon), San Luis Obispo, Los Angeles, and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.