Adam Silverman Lighting designer


Adam Silverman works as a lighting designer in opera, theatre and dance.

Credits include designs on Broadway, the West End, Vienna Staatsoper, Teatro alla Scala, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Irish National Opera, Aix-en-Provence Festival, Teatro Real, Madrid, Academy of Music, Dutch National Opera, Abbey Theatre and Gate Theatre in Dublin, Deutsche Oper in Berlin, Toneelgroep in Amsterdam, Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, National Theatre in London, Royal Ballet, Royal Shakespeare Company, the Old Vic, St. Ann's Warehouse in New York, Atlantic Theater Company, Manhattan Theatre Club.

He has worked on several productions for the English National Opera including Die Walküre, Otello, Partenope, The Turn of the Screw, Billy Budd, Giulio Cesare, Peter Grimes, A Midsummer’s night dream, Jenůfa and Kátia Kabanová. He also created the lighting for Don Carlos, Adriana Lecouvreur and Un ballo in maschera at the Metropolitan Opera in New York.

Other recent projects include The First Child, The Second Violinist and The Last Hotel (Donnacha Dennehy), La Calisto, Lohengrin, I masnadieri, Gloriana, How To Be A Dancer in 72000 Easy Lessons, Mám, Swan Lake, The Rite of Spring, Giselle, Rian. In the 2023/24 season, he works on Fedora and Don Carlo at the Metropolitan Opera, Das Rheingold at the English National Opera and Wozzeck the Royal Opera House.

At the Paris Opera: King Arthus, 2015; Adriana Lecouvreur, 2015

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