Adam Flores is Assistant Professor of Theatre at Fontbonne University and on the Artistic Advisory Board at Mustard Seed Theatre. Recent directing and production credits include being a local lead producer for the "Every 28 Hours Plays" a coproduction with the Oregon Shakespeare Fetival, the One-Minute Play Festival and many local St. Louis companies and artists. The eighty one minute plays centered around Ferguson and the Black Lives Matter movement. He directed eight of the plays including a world premier by David Henry Hwang. In April 2016 he will produce and direct the "Bosnian American Project" with Mustard Seed Theatre, a new work with the Bosnian community of St. Louis about their refugee experience. In March 2016 his theatre students worked with students from across the campus to devise “Tunnel of Oppression,” an interactive theatre experience about the lives of marginalized groups on campus. He continues to work around St. Louis as an actor, filing-in on three productions in the first 6 months of being back home. But the best part of being back in St. Louis, is watching his newborn niece Juniper on Tuesdays. You can email Adam here.
Adam's thesis project was One-Third of a Nation by Arthur Arent.