Off-Broadway credits include: “Wernher Von Braun” in Epic Theatre Ensemble’s first staging of The Winning Side, “Eddie Lawrence” in the New York premier of Shear Madness (over 250 performances) and “Actor 1” in the revival of Israel Horivitz’s Lebensraum. Other favorite roles: “Associate Pastor Joshua” in Baltimore Center Stage’s The Christians, “Ryan” in Barrington Stage’s world premiere of Engagements, “Caleb” in George Street’s The Whipping Man, along with numerous appearances at The Old Globe in San Diego, including All’s Well that Ends Well, The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Much Ado About Nothing, Antigone, Pygmalion and Othello where he has worked with world-renowned directors Adrian Noble, Nicholas Martin, Ian Talbot, Barry Edelstein, Mark Lamos and more. Other select appearances include originating the role of “Alan Parker” in Hikobae (The Galaxy Theatre) in Tokyo, Japan. Film: Mike, Mike Tan. Adam does extensive commercial work both on-camera and voiceover. Select bookings include: Advil, Tums, PlayStation 3, Pepsi, MTV, Stouffer’s, Spectrum, Viacom, and Pizza Hut. Over the last ten years Adam has taught and directed at The Stella Adler Studio of Acting in both the NYU and conservatory programs. Favorites directing credits include: Henry V, The Altruists, Some Girls, The Winter’s Tale, Two Gentlemen of Verona, La Ronde, The Visit, Alice in Wonderland, Cloud 9 and Come Back to Five and Dime Jimmy Dean. Most recently Adam joined the acting faculty at The Actor’s Clinic in Tokyo, Japan where he travels twice a year to teach Stella Adler and Stanislavski based acting workshops. Adam holds an MFA from The Old Globe/USD (Darlene Marcos Shiley Award) and is a graduate of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and The George Washington University (BA). He is a proud faculty member at The Stella Adler Studio of Acting and The Actor’s Clinic in Tokyo, Japan. adamgerberactor.com
As of August 2018.