Adam Ziv

adamzivAdam Ziv was born and raised in New York City, and graduated from Princeton University. At Princeton, he danced, choreographed and served as Artistic Director for diSiac dance company, and through the Lewis Center Program in Dance, he appeared in works by Mark Morris and Rebecca Lazier, and studied choreography with Reggie Wilson and Susan Marshall. In New York, he danced Off-Broadway in 8 Million Protagonists, Off-off in City Lights, and Donkey Skin, and with contemporary companies Ensemble Dance and De Funes Dance. He presented his original show Inklings at Dixon Place in 2012, and served as choreographer for The Oresteian Trilogy, A Doll’s House and regionally for Into the Woods. In Los Angeles, he has appeared in Jipe Moyo at Diavolo Dance Theater, and The Nutcracker Unbound at the El Portal Theater. He is absolutely thrilled to be part of the C. Eule Dance family!