Adam Green Biography
Adam Green is a New York City actor and writer. He’s appeared at numerous off-Broadway and regional theaters, and has premiered works by David Ives, Rajiv Joseph, and Rebecca Gilman. Adam is an affiliated artist with the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington D.C., where he’s a two-time Helen Hayes Award nominee and Emery Battis Award winner. He’s played a mute dancing ghost clown at New York City Opera, opened for the Magnetic Fields on tour, edited and wrote for the travel guidebook Let’s Go (Rome / Italy), and run a fantasy baseball league since 1992. Adam received his B.A. in English from Harvard, and his M.F.A. in Acting from NYU.
Adam Green Awards and Nominations
|Helen Hayes Awards - 2013 - The James MacArthur Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor, Resident Play|
|Adam GreenA Midsummer Night's Dream|
|Helen Hayes Awards - 2011 - The James MacArthur Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor, Resident Play|
|Adam GreenThe Liar|