IU Department of Theatre and Drama Spotlight: Movement





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Adam Noble
Assistant Professor - Movement/Combat
IU Department of Theatre and Drama

Adam Noble has worked as professional actor and movement specialist for nearly 15 years, performing regionally across the United States, and in the UK. Some of his credits include Shakespeare in the Park (The Public/NYSF), Lincoln Center Directors Lab, The Actors Playground, Julliard, Seattle Opera, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Opera Omaha, and the Dayton Opera.

He is the co-founder and artistic director of the Dynamic Presence Project, a company focused on the revitalization and proliferation of movement theatre and physical storytelling. Adam is the apprentice of Steven Pearson and Robyn Hunt, who studied with Tadashi Suzuki and his company at Toga-Mura for nearly 15 years, before bringing their own Physical Approaches to Performance to the United States.

As a freelance movement consultant, Adam has helped to shape, build ensemble, and construct movement vocabularies for both operatic and theatrical companies. Most recently, he served as faculty at California State Fresno and Central Washington University.

Adam is a member of the Actors Equity Association, and a recognized actor/combatant with the Society of American Fight Directors, and a trained stuntman. He has taught stage combat in New York, California and Washington, and choreographed the violence for over 40 stage and film productions.

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