Adin Walker is a director, choreographer, and academic collaborating on new works and reimagined revivals. He is a graduate of Princeton University where he studied English, Theatre, and Gender & Sexualities, and he is a PhD candidate in Theatre & Performance Studies at Stanford University. Adin is associate director and movement director for the dance, puppetry, and environmentalist-focused Phantom Limb Company, whose recent project Falling Out about the 2011 radiation disaster in Fukushima (BAM 2018 Next Wave Premiere) was featured on the cover of American Theatre’s March 2020 issue on theatre and climate change. Adin collaborates with writers L M Feldman, Edwin Rosales, Yilong Liu, Philip Dawkins, Allison Gregory, Roger Q. Mason, Emily Kitchens, Ava Geyer, among others. He recently choreographed Indecent (dir. Josh Hecht, Artists Repertory Theatre + Profile Theatre in Portland, OR), and the world premieres of Storming Heaven (West Virginia Public Theatre) and Jacob Jarrett’s Normativity (NYMF), both directed by his sister and frequent collaborator Mia Walker. He is an Intimacy Director, a certified Power Vinyasa Instructor, and has been a guest artist at NYU Tisch, Hunter College, Princeton, Whitworth, among others. As an artistic leader and producer, he is a former Artistic Associate of Art House Productions in Jersey City, he assisted Tony Award-Winning producer Mara Isaacs in the early days of Octopus Theatricals, and he has held directing fellowships with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Chautauqua Theater Company.