Adam Hyndman is a performing artist, activist, and producer who has worked extensively in the arts. Some notable performing credits include: NBC’s THE SING OFF, CHILDREN OF EDEN in concert at The Kennedy Center, ALADDIN on Broadway, ONCE ON THIS ISLAND on Broadway, and most recently with the company of HADESTOWN on Broadway.
He is passionate about creating possibilities for people to activate their purpose; acting as a conduit of connection, and striving toward the manifestation of a diverse and inclusive world. He incubates projects as an independent producer as well as within the team at the Tony Award winning Octopus Theatricals. He was a co-producer for the Broadway production of THE INHERITANCE (Drama Desk Award, Tony Award Nomination). Adam serves on the board of directors for both Pipeline Theatre Company, as well as Broadway For Racial Justice; of which he is the active chair of the board, and also involved with curating community engagement opportunities through mentorship and volunteer programs. His purpose in this work is for disruption, radical accessibility, and conciliation. He continue in this vein as a founder of The Industry Standard Group (a community fund designed for BIPOC folx to invest and produce in commercial theater).
He is a graduate from Princeton University with a degree in Cultural Anthropology and minors in Theatre and Dance. He periodically returns to Princeton as a guest teaching artist within Princeton’s Lewis Center for the Artsand as an anti-racism facilitator for the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students at Princeton.