24-year-old playwright, actor, director Christopher Adams-Cohen first appeared on stage as a disembodied angel-head in Achim Freyer’s LA Opera Production of Faust. An L.A. native, he played roles as a child vocalist at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Walt Disney Concert Hall and Hollywood Bowl. He was an apprentice at New York Stage & Film’s Powerhouse Theatre, and has since returned to perform in their workshop series. Christopher currently serves as Artistic Director at Montserrat, a performance space in the DTLA Industrial District (www.montserratdtla.com), literary manager for TinyRhino LA and core-company member at Play Collaborative Arts (www.playcollaborativearts.com). He is a graduate of the UCLA school of Theatre.