Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Amber Adams

Amber Adams

Amber Adams is a graduate of the University of the North Carolina School of the Arts where she studied ballet and contemporary dance. She received her BFA in Dance and Theater from Marymount Manhattan College. Amber has studied with American Ballet Theater, the NY Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts School of Film and Television, the Joffrey Ballet School, Steps on Broadway and many other schools around the world. Amber performed in the off- Broadway shows "Happenstance" and “8 Million Protagonists” and continues to dance for numerous New York City-based choreographers. Along side her performance career Amber has choreographed original works for Campbell College, Dixon Place Theater, Bridge for Dance, and Gorilla Tango Theater. Currently, she is an active member of the Dance Films Association and the dance education community at large.



BWW Review: CINDERELLA at City Center
March 26, 2021

Now through March 28, the big idea for Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella (originally filmed in 20217) brings a whole new yet historical meaning to the cinder in the Cinderella.

BWW Review: THE CAR MAN at NY City Center Digital
March 23, 2021

Matthew Bourne's THE CAR MAN by For New Adventure Productions filmed Live at Sadler Wells in London in 2016 and was presented on NY City Center Digital this March 2021. With Music by Terry Davies 'Rudion Shchedrin's Carmen Suite,' the film was edited by Steve Eveleigh and produced by Illumination Films. WATCH TRAILER.

BWW Review: AVIVA - DANCE FILM at Virtual Theatrical Premier
June 9, 2020

AVIVA - DANCE FILM at Virtual Theatrical Premier this Friday, June 12

March 4, 2020


BWW Review: SEE IT NOW- The New Original Works Festival at RedCat - CALARTS Downtown Center
August 5, 2019

The 2019 NOW Festival is creatively stimulating, thought-provoking, and inventively inspiring. Don't miss Week 3 this week Thursday, August 8-Saturday August 10. Get your tickets NOW:

BWW Review: LA DANCE FESTIVAL FINALE at The Diavolo Space
May 2, 2019

On Sunday, April 28, the 2019 Los Angeles Dance Festival wrapped up a month of hosting over 50 dance companies, a dance photography exhibit, and several master classes. Over 100 years ago, modern dance was created by the 'LA Ladies' the Festival Producer, Deborah Brokus reminded the audience, adding value to Los Angeles and Southern California as a unique, and stand-out community of dancers in the world of dance.

May 2, 2019

On Friday, April 26 the Diavolo Space became the final home to the 2019 LA Dance Festival. A relaxed setting, with limited seating, and no AC, 'LA Dance is hot, it's cookin,' joked the Festival Producer, Deborah Brokus. Brokus introduced the Fringe portion of the evening and referred to Southern California as the birthplace for modern dance hinting at Martha Graham and Isabella Duncan. Brokus said LADF is 'looking to bring the community together.' With raffles, snacks and drinks, and 'Arts in LA' support buttons the evening of dance began.

BWW Review: LA DANCE FESTIVAL- 7 YEARS AND COUNTING at Luckman Fine Arts Complex
April 22, 2019

LA Dance Festival provides a wonderland for dance experience for Los Angeles. Catch what you can of class offerings, events, and the Fringe portion of the Festival April 26, 27, 28 at the Diavolo Space.

BWW Review: LA Ballet Gala 2019 at Beverly Hilton
April 17, 2019

On Thursday, April 11th, Los Angeles Ballet celebrated its 13th Annual Gala held at the Beverly Hilton. Equipped with a Red Carpet and VIP Guest List, the evening was a delight and successful fundraiser.

BWW Review: WHAT WILL THEY DO NEXT? Batsheva Dance Company's 'Venezuela' at Royce Hall At UCLA
March 18, 2019

BWW Review: TWO B'S WITH LOS ANGELES BALLET at Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center
March 5, 2019

A beautiful snapshot into the variety that ballet provides.

BWW Review: BODYTRAFFIC Merging the Past and Future of Great American Dance at The Joyce Theater
February 1, 2017

With the provocative and brilliant guidance of choreographer, Arthur Pita, the subculture of Chicago in the 1960s was reborn. "Hooka Tooka Soda Cracker" with painting turtles and paint brushes in the mouth in place of cigarettes created an essence of sexual symbolism and a starburst for the soul.

BWW Review: THE NUTCRACKER at Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center - A Home for Classical Storytelling
January 3, 2017

"A home for classical storytelling" for children is that of the Kelsey Kirkland Arts Center's performance of "The Nutcracker."

BWW Review: JACQUES' ART NEST at National Dance Institute
November 4, 2016

'I want every child to have the highest level of arts education and you learn by doing, not by reading about it or seeing it on TV. Our children become the dancers. It changes how they see themselves,' Ellen Weinstein, Artistic Director of NDI.

BWW Review: ARGENTINA, A Movie Musical Like No Other Opens June 17 at Lincoln Plaza
June 10, 2016

ARGENTINA, A Movie Musical Like No Other, Opens in NYC June 17 at Lincoln Plaza

BWW Dance Review: Slaying with DivaDance
June 3, 2016

Slaying is 'doing the first thing that comes to mind and owning it.'

BWW Review: A Marvelous Tribute to MARIINSKY BALLET's own, Maya Plisetskaya
April 1, 2016

'The Dying Swan'...those three minutes were worth the entire evening. If ... you haven't seen the Mariinsky Ballet dancers, you're doing yourself a huge disservice.

BWW Review: New York Theatre Ballet Tackles a Thematically Similar but Choreographically Diverse Program
April 7, 2016

BWW Review: New York Theatre Ballet tackled a thematically similar but choreographically diverse program

BWW Interview: A Director's Dream Ballet - An Interview with Ray Kennedy
September 20, 2013

I sat down with Ray Kennedy, long time director/choreographer for Opera House Theater Company at the Oklahoma! wrap party on a warm Sunday afternoon in a saloon-like venue in Historic Downtown Wilmington, NC. A sense of graceful accomplishment sounded clearly in his sigh as we began to chat. Ray Kennedy has been with Opera House Theater Company for over 25 years in all of the many facets of theater.

BWW Reviews: Doug Varone and Dancers- Breathing Room Within the Creative Process
March 4, 2013

The Stripped/Dressed series kicked off as a display of the raw ingredients necessary for choreography, permitting the non-dancer a glimpse into the dance making process.