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projection, documentary, film
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Adam Larsen is a documentarian and projection designer. He has designed video projections both On and Off-Broadway in the US and abroad.

Notable works include: Hal Prince’s LoveMusik (Broadway); The Gospel at Colonus (Athens, Edinburgh and Spoleto Festivals); The Wind Up Bird Chronicle (Singapore and Edinburgh Festival); Brief Encounters and My Fair Lady (Shaw Festival); The Women of Brewster Place (Alliance / Arena Stage); Ghost Brothers of Darkland County and Native Guard (Alliance Theatre); big (Atlanta Ballet); Love Lies Bleeding, Fumbling Towards Ecstasy and Balletlujah (Alberta Ballet); From the House of the Dead (Canadian Opera); Pelléas Trilogy (Cincinnati Symphony); Lily Plants a Garden (Mark Taper); Maa (Atlanta Symphony / GloAtl); Semele, A Flowering Tree and Agrippina (Opera Omaha); Green Umbrella: Theatre of the Outrageous (La Phil); Semele (Pacific Musicworks); Quartet (Aspen Santa Fe Ballet); Seed (Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet); Four Preludes on Playthings of the Wind, Second Hand and Phorion (New World Symphony); Midsummer Night's Dream and Siren Song (Hawaii Opera Theatre); Black Whole (Black Mountain College Museum & Arts Center / Moog Music); On The Town, Le Martyre de St Sebastien, Peer Gynt, Peter Grimes and SoundBox (San Francisco Symphony).

Adam's first documentary, Neurotypical, a film about autism from the perspective of autistics, aired on the PBS series P.O.V. in 2013. He holds a BFA in Cinematography from the North Carolina School of the Arts.
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