In Los Angeles, CHRISTOPHER ADAMS-COHEN served as Artistic Director at Montserrat, a multimedia performance space in the LA Arts District, Associate Director for the award-winning immersive reimagining of Carrie: The Musical at the historic Los Angeles Theater (Critic's Choice, LA TIMES), and literary manager for the monthly short-play series Tiny Rhino (Best of LA, LA Weekly).
In 2016, Christopher wrote and co-produced his debut original play, SALOME, at the Mack Sennett Studios in Hollywood, in which he also played the titular role. The performance was deemed, “A steamy gay fever-dream... with a subversive sense of humor” (Showmag) and “...a surreal experience that is simply beautiful to watch” (Stage Raw).
Christopher is now based in Berlin, and can currently be seen as a featured performer in Gob Squad's critically-acclaimed Creation: Pictures For Dorian at HAU 2 (Official Selection “PAF Berlin 2019”). Other Berlin projects include collaborations at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Prachtwerk Berlin, and the former Victoria Building.