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Adam Noble is a movement specialist with over 25 years of experience in theater, opera, and film. He is the Movement Instructor for the HGO Studio, and this season serves as Intimacy and Fight Director for all HGO Brown Theater productions. He previously served as the company’s Fight Director for Julius Caesar (2018) and Rigoletto (2019), and as the Fight and Intimacy Director for Romeo and Juliet (2022), Carmen (2021), and Don Giovanni (2019). Notable credits include The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Alley Theatre, Opera Carolina, Lincoln Center Director’s Lab, Dayton Opera, the Public Theatre, and more. Noble is the co-founder and artistic director of the Dynamic Presence Project, a theater company focused on the revitalization and proliferation of movement theater and embodied physical storytelling. He teaches movement both nationally and internationally, and has choreographed the physicality, violence, and intimacy for well over 200 productions. As the Associate Professor of Acting & Movement at the University of Houston, he serves both the MFA and the BFA acting programs. He is also the resident Fight Director & Intimacy Coordinator for The Alley Theatre.

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