Amber Adams is a graduate of the University of the North Carolina School of the Arts where she studied ballet and contemporary dance. She received her BFA in Dance and Theater from Marymount Manhattan College. Amber has studied with American Ballet Theater, the NY Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts School of Film and Television, the Joffrey Ballet School, Steps on Broadway and many other schools around the world. Amber performed in the off- Broadway shows "Happenstance" and “8 Million Protagonists” and continues to dance for numerous New York City-based choreographers. Along side her performance career Amber has choreographed original works for Campbell College, Dixon Place Theater, Bridge for Dance, and Gorilla Tango Theater. Currently, she is an active member of the Dance Films Association and the dance education community at large.
BWW Reviews: Doug Varone and Dancers- Breathing Room Within the Creative Process
March 4, 2013
The Stripped/Dressed series kicked off as a display of the raw ingredients necessary for choreography, permitting the non-dancer a glimpse into the dance making process.
BWW Reviews: Endangered Species, WORKING WOMEN at the Joyce
February 8, 2013
WORKING WOMEN released some of the strongest artistic voices of the hardest working women choreographers in the dance community and in the nation. These endangered species can scream at the top of their lungs, bang loudly on the glass ceiling, and still struggle to be heard.