A Los Angeles native, CHRISTOPHER ADAMS-COHEN first appeared as a disembodied angel-head in Achim Freyer’s LA Opera Production of Faust.
In Los Angeles, Christopher served as Artistic Director at Montserrat, a multimedia performance space in the DTLA Arts District, Associate Director for the Award-Winning Immersive reimagining of Carrie: The Musical at the historical Los Angeles Theater, and was the literary manager for Tiny Rhino: LA and core- company member with Play Collaborative Arts.
In 2016, Christopher wrote and co-produced his debut original play, SALOME, at the Mack Sennet Studios in Silverlake, 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 and sexual experience that is simply beautiful to watch” (Stage Raw).
Christopher is now based in Berlin, and can currently be seen performing in Gob Squad's Creation: Pictures For Dorian at HAU 2.
Other Berlin projects include: Tracey Snelling's First We Take Manhattan at the Kunstlerhaus Bethanien; Raum, an environmental installation at the Victoria Building; the premiere of TinyRhino: Berlin Edition, an international short play series at Prachtwerk Berlin in Neukölln.