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Bio:
Adam Silverman works in opera, theatre and dance. Previous productions with Sam Gold include The Maids and The Three Birds. In New York: A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Broadway); Enda Walsh's Arlington, Last Hotel and Misterman (St Ann's); Un Ballo in Maschera (Metropolitan Opera); Vanessa ... (read complete bio)

Stage Credits

Productions

 
[West End, 2023]
Lighting Designer
 
[Off-Broadway, 2022]
Lighting Designer
 
[West End, 2020]
Lighting
 
[Off-Broadway, 2017]
Lighting Designer
 
[Broadway, 2017]
Lighting Designer
 
[West End, 2014]
Lighting Design
 
[West End, 2014]
Lighting Designer
 
[Off-Broadway, 2012]
Lighting Designer
 
[Broadway, 2003]
Lighting Designer

Adam Silverman Biography

Adam Silverman works in opera, theatre and dance. Previous productions with Sam Gold include The Maids and The Three Birds. In New York: A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Broadway); Enda Walsh's Arlington, Last Hotel and Misterman (St Ann's); Un Ballo in Maschera (Metropolitan Opera); Vanessa Redgravn's Hecuba (BAM) and Elaine May and Alan Arkin's Power Plays (MTC). Adam works internationally with the National Theatre, Royal Opera, Royal Ballet, Toneelgroep Amsterdam, Young Vic, English National Opera, Teac Damsa, Deutsche Oper, London's West End and PJ Harvey's current tour The Hope Six Demolition Project.





Adam Silverman News

Peterborough Players to Present Live Simulcast of the Met's FEDORA This Week Photo Peterborough Players to Present Live Simulcast of the Met's FEDORA This Week
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 12, 2023

You won't want to miss Fedora via live simulcast at the Peterborough Players on Saturday, January 14th. Tickets are on sale now!

The ENO Presents New Production of Wagner's THE RHINEGOLD Photo The ENO Presents New Production of Wagner's THE RHINEGOLD
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jan 12, 2023

This February comes The Rhinegold, the first opera in Wagner’s epic Ring Cycle, a radical political satire entrenched in magic and mythology.

Review Roundup: FEDORA Opens at the Metropolitan Opera; What Did the Critics Think? Photo Review Roundup: FEDORA Opens at the Metropolitan Opera; What Did the Critics Think?
by Review Roundups - Jan 3, 2023

Fedora officially opened at the Metropolitan Opera on New Year's Eve, December 31. Performances run through January 28. Read the reviews for Fedora here!

Review: Met Audience Tips Its Hat to FEDORA on New Year's Eve Photo Review: Met Audience Tips Its Hat to FEDORA on New Year's Eve
by Richard Sasanow - Jan 1, 2023

Musicologist Joseph Kerman is probably most widely remembered for calling Puccini’s TOSCA “a shabby little shocker.” I wonder whether he’d have something similar to say about Giordano’s FEDORA, which brought the Met audience to its feet on New Year’s Eve?

Playwrights Horizons Announces Final Extension of DOWNSTATE Photo Playwrights Horizons Announces Final Extension of DOWNSTATE
by Blair Ingenthron - Dec 19, 2022

Playwrights Horizons (Adam Greenfield, Artistic Director; Leslie Marcus, Managing Director) has extended the New York premiere of Bruce Norris's provocative, critically lauded play Downstate, directed by Pam MacKinnon, a second and final time, to January 7, 2023.

Photos: First Look at DOWNSTATE at Playwrights Horizons - Now Extended! Photo Photos: First Look at DOWNSTATE at Playwrights Horizons - Now Extended!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 22, 2022

See photos of the New York premiere of Bruce Norris’s provocative, critically lauded play Downstate, directed by Pam MacKinnon, now extended at Playwrights Horizons to December 22.

Review Roundup: Bruce Norris' DOWNSTATE Gets NY Premiere At Playwrights Horizons Photo Review Roundup: Bruce Norris' DOWNSTATE Gets NY Premiere At Playwrights Horizons
by Review Roundups - Nov 15, 2022

Playwrights Horizons will present the New York premiere of Bruce Norris’s Downstate, directed by Pam MacKinnon, October 28–December 11 (opening November 15). This provocative work surrounds a registered address in downstate Illinois, where four men convicted of sex crimes share a group home, living out their days post-incarceration.

Review: DON CARLO Returns to the Met, This Time in Italian Photo Review: DON CARLO Returns to the Met, This Time in Italian
by Richard Sasanow - Nov 13, 2022

Last season, the company gave its first presentation of the French version (that’s the one called DON CARLOS, with a final S to his first name), in the five-act version that lasted almost 5 hours. This year, we’re back to Italian, under Carlo Rizzi’s firm baton, in one of a number of versions (this one running about 4 hours) of DON CARLO, which uses shortcuts to tell the story elements deleted with the excision of the first act (usually referred to as “the Fontainebleau scene”).

The Met Launches New Streaming Platform, Making Live Simulcasts Available for Home Au Photo The Met Launches New Streaming Platform, Making Live Simulcasts Available for Home Audiences
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 3, 2022

The Metropolitan Opera has announced the launch of The Met: Live at Home, a streaming platform that allows audiences to watch the Met’s acclaimed series of live simulcasts from any device in the comfort of their homes—the latest effort by the company to reach as broad a public as possible.

New York Premiere of Bruce Norris' DOWNSTATE to be Presented at Playwrights Horizons  Photo New York Premiere of Bruce Norris' DOWNSTATE to be Presented at Playwrights Horizons in October
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 16, 2022

Playwrights Horizons will present the New York premiere of Bruce Norris’s Downstate, directed by Pam MacKinnon, October 28–December 11 (opening November 15). This provocative work surrounds a registered address in downstate Illinois, where four men convicted of sex crimes share a group home, living out their days post-incarceration.

Adam Silverman Videos

VIDEO: Metropolitan Opera Performs Ukrainian National Anthem Videoplay
VIDEO: Metropolitan Opera Performs Ukrainian National Anthem

by Stage Tube - Mar 1, 2022

Before the opening night performance of Verdi's Don Carlos, the audience observed a moment of silence, followed by the Ukrainian national anthem, performed by the Met Orchestra and Chorus and conducted by Music Director Yannick NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin.

VIDEO: First Look At Verdi's DON CARLOS At The Met Opera Presented In French Videoplay
VIDEO: First Look At Verdi's DON CARLOS At The Met Opera Presented In French

by Stage Tube - Feb 28, 2022

For the first time in company history, the Metropolitan Opera will present the original five-act French version of Verdi’s Don Carlos, with eight performances February 28–March 26. Verdi’s epic opera about doomed love during the Spanish Inquisition first premiered in French at the Paris Opera in 1867.