Adam Carver is a theatre-maker, creative producer, and designer. His practice is primarily concerned with exploring otherness and navigating the queer experience. His theatrical work prioritises storytelling and creating highly visual experience-based performances, which move beyond the conventional boundaries of stage and space, actively involves audiences in the work. He is particularly interested in the integration of sound, voice, music, and liveness in performance.
Adam has also worked with numerous organisations and artists as a producer and project manager, and is the producer and programmer for Birmingham’s SHOUT Festival of Queer Arts and Culture.
His research interests include deconstructing camp, the phenomenologies of queer fandom, and regional perspectives within queerness.