CHRISTOPHER ADAMS-COHEN is a Berlin-based writer, performer and producer focused on the international development of multi-media, text-based performance work. They are interested in the curation of collaboratively-devised productions which expand classical theatrical forms, center queer perspectives and initiate communal rituals in storied spaces.

 In May 2019, Christopher's original play Hecate House (Dir. James Darrah) had its world premiere at Berlin's historic Theater Im Delphi. It was received as "an experimental experience that will stimulate all your senses" (I Heart Berlin) and "a mind-bending trip leading deep into the subconscious" (B'Spoque). As a guest company member, Christopher participated in the development of Gob Squad's Creation (Pictures for Dorian) at HAU2, an "impossible, beautiful, courageous and epic theatrical experience" (The Guardian) which has gone on to play at several international venues.

 Christopher served as Artistic Director at Montserrat, a multi-media performance space in the Los Angeles 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). Christopher's debut play, SALOME, which premiered at the Mack Sennet Studios, was considered “a steamy gay fever-dream... with a subversive sense of humor” (Showmag) and “...a surreal experience that is simply beautiful to watch” (Stage Raw).