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Sam is a Brooklyn based actor, writer, and director. Previous acting credits include: The Diana Tapes (HERE Arts, Stockwell Playhouse, IRT), James Franco & Me (Epic Theatre Co,) Othello (Ithaca Shakespeare Company), Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash (Infinity Theatre Co.), Baby (Infinity Theatre Co.), Merchant of Venice (Ithaca Shakespeare Company), Knitting Yarns (Audible), Cinderella (Missoula Children’s Theatre). His plays have been produced in New York, Providence, and Toronto. His work has been turned into a radio play by the Cleveland Radio Players and is available on Amazon. He is also a proud Co-Founding Artistic Director of What Will the Neighbors Say? Visit www.samhoodadrain.com or www.wwtns.org for more.

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The Neighbors to Present 'Queering The Archives' Fundraiser At Culture Lab

Join 'Queering the Archives' at Culture Lab LIC on June 25th, featuring a verbatim play by CUNY Queens College students. Support the CUNY Queens College Special Collections Archives and Queens Memory Project. Learn how to take part!
Photos: The Neighbors Take Us Behind The Scenes Of THIRD LAW

On Saturday, May 11th What Will the Neighbors Say? (James Clements and Sam Hood Adrain, Co-Artistic Directors) premiered THIRD LAW, an interactive theatrical experience created at Culture Lab LIC (5-25 46th Ave, Queens, NY 11101). The show is set to run through May 26. See photos from inside rehearsal below.
Photos: The THIRD LAW Team Celebrates Opening Night At Culture Lab LIC

On Saturday, May 11th What Will the Neighbors Say? (James Clements and Sam Hood Adrain, Co-Artistic Directors) premiered THIRD LAW, an interactive theatrical experience created at Culture Lab LIC (5-25 46th Ave, Queens, NY 11101). See photos from opening night. 
Photos: First Look At Third Law With WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS SAY? At Culture Lab LIC

On Saturday, May 11th What Will the Neighbors Say? (James Clements and Sam Hood Adrain, Co-Artistic Directors) premiered Third Law, an interactive theatrical experience created at Culture Lab LIC (5-25 46th Ave, Queens, NY 11101). The show is set to run through May 26. See photos from the production. 
Jorge Carrión Álvarez Joins The Cast Of AT THE BARRICADES: SCENES AND CONVERSATIONS

Spanish actor Jorge Carrión Álvarez joins the cast of AT THE BARRICADES: SCENES AND CONVERSATIONS, a reading by What Will the Neighbors Say? Theatre Company, part of NYU KJCC's Fridays on the Patio series.
Photos: The Neighbors Present AT THE BARRICADES Workshop At Brooklyn Art Haus

What Will the Neighbors Say? presented a workshop of their new play, 'At the Barricades'. See photos!
What Will the Neighbors Say? to Present World Premiere of THIRD LAW at Culture Lab LIC

What Will the Neighbors Say? and Culture Lab LIC will present the World Premiere of Third Law, an interactive theatrical experience created by What Will the Neighbors Say?. Learn more about the show and see how to purchase tickets.
What Will the Neighbors Say? Reveal Additional Programming for Eighth Season

What Will the Neighbors Say? has announced programming for the second half of their Eighth Season (2023-2024).
What Will The Neighbors Say? to Present AT THE BARRICADES At Brooklyn Art Haus in December

What Will the Neighbors Say? presents 'At the Barricades,' an experimental documentary play exploring international volunteers in the Spanish Civil War.
WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS SAY? Reveals Programming For 2023-2024 Season

What Will the Neighbors Say? has announced programming for the first half of their Eighth Season (2023-2024). Learn more about the upcoming events here!
The Neighbors Reveal All-Artist Board Of Directors Ahead Of Their Eighth Season

What Will the Neighbors Say? has announced their new Board of Directors ahead of their Eight Season (2023-2024). Learn more about the board and the new season here!
Photos: Inside Storytime At The Cell - A Night For Black Stories With What Will The Neighbors Say?

On Monday, June 19th What Will the Neighbors Say? presented storytime at the cell - a night for Black stories, a special Juneteenth event honoring Black voices and centering Black stories at Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre. See photos!
Photos: See Eleri Ward & Abby Feldman at STORYTIME At The Cell Theatre

On Monday, May 15th What Will the Neighbors Say? presented the second installment of their popular storytime series at Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre. See photos!
Photos: Go Inside STORYTIME with What Will the Neighbors Say?

On Monday, April 17th What Will the Neighbors Say? (James Clements and Sam Hood Adrian, Co-Artistic Directors) kicked off storytime, a FREE night of music and storytelling at Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre. Check out photos from the event here!
The Neighbors Awarded $5k Local Arts Support Grant From Brooklyn Arts Council

James Clements (he/him) and Sam Hood Adrain (he/him), the Co-Artistic Directors of What Will the Neighbors Say?, are thrilled to announce they have been awarded $5k from Brooklyn Arts Council for the development of a new project in their upcoming eighth season.
Photos: What Will The Neighbors Say? Celebrates TRACES With Opening Night Reception

What Will the Neighbors Say? celebrated the opening of their latest world premiere production of “TRACES” at CUNY Queens College’s Goldstein Theater last week. See photos from inside opening night!
Photos: What Will The Neighbors Say? Presents TRACES At Kupferberg Centre For The Arts

First look photos! What Will the Neighbors Say? opened their latest world premiere production of “TRACES” at CUNY Queens College’s Goldstein Theater at the Kupferberg Centre for the Arts last week.
The Neighbors Receive Support From The NYSCA-A.R.T./New York Creative Opportunity Fund

What Will the Neighbors Say? is thrilled to announce they have been awarded support from the NYSCA-A.R.T./New York Creative Opportunity Fund (A Statewide Theatre Regrant Program) for their upcoming eighth season.
Team Set for World Premiere Production Of TRACES At CUNY Queens College

What Will the Neighbors Say? has announced the team for their world premiere production of 'TRACES' at CUNY Queens College's Goldstein Theater in March.
The Neighbors To Receive $10k Grant From The National Endowment For The Arts

What Will the Neighbors Say? is pleased to announce it has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to receive a Grants for Arts Projects award of $10k.

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