Adin Lenahan, Writer


Adin Lenahan (they/them) is a submerging writer, performer, and administrative assistant.  They tell creepy, funny, supernatural stories about universal feelings we don’t talk about enough: shame, guilt, self-hatred, anger, inadequacy.  They make theater about losers, the kinds of people who can’t even pull it together to make themselves look cool on Instagram, but whose depth of experience could fill a million feeds and timelines.  Their work has been produced at Ars Nova, Dixon Place, Judson Memorial Church, The Kraine, The New Ohio, The Tank, Theater for the New City, Tom Noonan’s Paradise Factory, Wild Project, among other venues.  They are also on the board of Undiscovered Countries, a Brooklyn-based incubator of new and developing multidisciplinary art. BFA NYU | MFA Hunter College.

TAP Work:

I’ve learned how other people have used their art in teaching capacities, and what tips and tricks they have.  I’ve learned how to better synthesize my own ideas and plans to make them digestible for grants/presentation.

Most Memorable TAP Moment:

Learning about the lives and experiences of my Care Group was really enlightening and showed me all the different ways a person can be a teaching artist.

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