Adrian Danzig has been in shows at The Goodman, The Second City, Chicago Children's Theatre, Steppenwolf Studio, Berkeley Rep, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and The Public Theater, and with Shakespeare & Company and Lookingglass. He has worked with Mary Zimmerman, Les Waters, Joanne Akalaitis, Tina Landau, and Anne Bogart. He has performed his solo works at The Kitchen, P.S. 122, The Ontological Hysteric Theater, and Soho Rep. He was an early Neo-futurist and a founding member of Redmoon Theater, Hubinspoke Theater, and 500 Clown. He graduated from NYC's High School of Performing Arts, received his BA from Oberlin College, and his MFA from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago. He has studied clown with Ctibor Turba, Philippe Gaulier, Ronlin Foreman, Dominique Jando, Els Comediants, David Shiner, and Avner the Eccentric. Adrian worked with The Big Apple Circus at its inception and also for seven years as a clown in Clown Care. Adrian has been the producing artistic director of 500 Clown since it began. He has taught clowning and circus arts in Jakarta, Indonesia with Hidung Merah Circus, a social youth circus, his trip supported in part by Clowns without Borders and the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation. Adrian is currently writing a book on teaching physical theater in high schools, a project commissioned by the Raven Foundation, and recently appeared in Sarah Ruhl's Orlando at the Court Theater in Chicago.