Adam Greenfield

Adam Greenfield joined Playwrights Horizons in 2007, first as Literary Manager and Director of New Play Development, and then as Associate Artistic Director. During his tenure so far, Adam created the theater’s Guest Curator program, New Works Lab, Resident Company program, Perspectives On Playwriting audience education initiatives, and the Soundstage audio fiction podcast; in addition to which he has shepherded over 80 productions. Prior to his tenure at Playwrights Horizons, he served as Associate Artistic Director at The Empty Space Theatre (Seattle) from 1997–2006, and as Literary Manager at La Jolla Playhouse from 2006–2007. Recent directing credits include Courtney Baron's Eat Your Heart Out (Humana Festival), Madeleine George's Zero Hour (13P), Gregory S. Moss's La Brea (Clubbed Thumb), and Jordan Harrison’s Marjorie Prime (Playhouse Teater, Stockholm). He has also developed new works with ACT Theater, Alliance Theater, Berkeley Rep, Cornish College, Federal Hall National Memorial, Hartford Stage, Long Wharf Theater, New Dramatists, O'Neill Center, Orlando Shakespeare, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Playwrights’ Center, Playwrights' Realm, Portland Center Stage, Printer’s Devil Theater, Seattle Rep, Seattle University, Soho Rep., Sundance Theater Lab, TerraNova, and University of Texas at Austin. Adam received an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.