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projection, documentary, installation, film
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Over the past 16 years Adam Larsen has designed nearly 200 productions in theatre, dance, symphony and opera. Projects have ranged from intimate to extravagant and have appeared both on Broadway and in many of the major opera and symphony halls across the country.

Designs include: 
LoveMusik (Broadway); The Gospel at Colonus (Athens, Edinburgh and Spoleto Festivals); The Wind Up Bird Chronicle (Singapore and Edinburgh Festival); Brief Encounter 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 and Balletlujah (Alberta Ballet); From the House of the Dead (Canadian Opera); Lily Plants a Garden (Mark Taper); Breaking the Waves (Opera Philadelphia); Agrippina and A Flowering Tree (Opera Omaha); Semele (Pacific Musicworks & Opera Omaha); Maa (Atlanta Symphony); Quartet (Aspen Santa Fe Ballet); The Pelleas Project (Cincinnati Symphony); Seed (Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet); Second Hand and Phorion (New World Symphony); Black Whole (Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center & Moog Music); Sunken Cathedral (Prototype Festival); Siren Song and Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hawaii Opera Theatre); Le Martyre de St SebastienPeer Gynt, Peter Grimes, On the TownDas Klagende Lied, and SoundBox (San Francisco Symphony).

In addition, Adam has directed two feature length documentaries about disability. His first,
Neurotypical, about autism from the perspective of autistics, premiered on the the PBS series P.O.V and his second, Undersung, about caregivers of severely disabled family members, is available on Amazon.
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