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H. Adam Harris

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August 16, 2017

H. Adam’s current news

H. Adam recently became the Education Coordinator at the Playwrights' Center, joined the board of Ten Thousand Things, and this year will be performing with the New Conservatory Theatre Center (San Francisco), Minnesota Orchestra, Ten Thousand Things, Children's Theatre Company, and The Old Globe (San Diego)


H. Adam Harris is a Minneapolis based actor, teaching artist, and cultural equity consultant. He works at the intersection of theatre, education, social justice, and community engagement. Recent theatrical credits include The Snowy Day, The Jungle Book and How the Grinch Stole Christmas at the Children's Theatre Company. He has worked with the Guthrie Theater, Seattle Children’s Theater, Park Square Theatre, Pillsbury House Theatre, and Frank Theatre. He is a proud Penumbra Theatre Company member, credits with Penumbra include The Owl Answers, The Dutchman, The Ballad of Emmett Till, and The Amen Corner. Along with serving on the board, he is also a member of the Ten Thousand Things Artist Core, credits with the company include The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Dirt Sticks, and The Seven. H. Adam is the Education Coordinator at the Playwrights’ Center; Lead Teaching Artist/Facilitator at Penumbra Theatre Company; a resident teaching artist with the Guthrie Theater and the Children’s Theatre Company, and faculty at the St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists. In the upcoming year, he will perform in the world premiere of This Bitter Earth by Harrison David Rivers at the New Conservatory Theatre Center (San Francisco), the world premiere of Park & Lake by Kira Obolensky with Ten Thousand Things, and will speak for the trees, as the Lorax in the U.S premiere of the Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax at the Children’s Theatre Company and at The Old Globe (San Diego) a partnership production with The Old Vic (London).



H. Adam Harris on theater in 45 years | Give to the Max Day 2016

Penumbra's 40th Anniversary: Sustaining a Vision