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Adam Grant Warren (he/him)


Adam is a movement artist, theatre-maker, writer, arts educator, and wheelchair-user who is grateful to dance on the unceded territories of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil- Waututh), and xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) people. His career in performance spans almost 20 years.


As an associate artist with All Bodies Dance Project, Adam's collaborations have featured at festivals including Vancouver's 12 Minutes Max, Victoria's SKAMpede, and Calgary's Fluid Festival. In 2024, he’ll be in residence at The Scotiabank Dance Centre, working alongside TJ Dawe and Sarah Chase on a new piece: Good Bully.

In the theatre, Adam is a Jessie Award winning actor whose west coast performance highlights include productions of his own shows, Last Train In and Lights, as well as Touchstone Theatre's Kill Me Now, and Real Wheels Theatre's CREEPS. Looking ahead, his latest play, You Don’t Have to Go Home, is in development at Real Wheels, where he is now Artistic Associate and playwright-in-residence. Visit him at

Adam Grant Warren (he/him)
Photo credit: K Ho A portrait of Adam (he/him), a white person with a shaved head and blue eyes is in a dynamic posture with his manual wheelchair. Adam has intentionally toppled his chair so that his back is on the floor and his legs and the wheels of his chair are in the air. He looks directly into the camera with a powerful gaze.
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