BIO

Adam Boncz was born and raised in Hungary.  At the age of seventeen he started working as an actor at the Szeged National Theatre in Hungary.  After playing several supporting roles in productions such as Richard III and Ferenc Molnar's The Glass Slipper, he became a full time member of the company and had the opportunity to play numerous wonderful roles for almost six years.  He played Arthur Rimbaud in the Hungarian production of Total Eclipse, which ran for almost four years. Other Hungarian theater credits include: Lucrezio (Lovers of Ancona), Fyedka (Fiddler on the Roof), Joey (Lieutenant of Inishmore), Alyoska (The Lower Depths). 

After studying at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, he was accepted to the world renowned Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute in New York, where he had the privilege to work with such teachers as Paul Calderon, Tea Alagic, Lear DeBessonet or Naum Panovski, to mention a few. Adam has also studied the new acting technique OTOA with Master Teacher Gia Forakis.

As a New York actor, Adam has appeared in the Off-Broadway play Neither Heaven nor Earth produced by Poliglot Theater, Michael Weller's Moonchildren at the West End Theater and New Stage Theatre Company's Jolification/Mortification at the world famous La Mama ETC. With the New Stage Theatre Company he also did Hypnotik, Charles Mee's Night (New York Innovative Theatre Award winner) and Falk Richter's Electronic City.  Adam has worked with Academy Award nominee Josh Fox and the International WOW Company on two productions(Auto Da fe, Reconstruction).  He is an associate artist at Hybrid Theater Works and a founding member of Gia Forakis & Company.  He also worked with the Ingenue Theater (Broken Heart Story) , Triskelion Arts Center (The Goldilock Zone) and the Actors Theater Workshop.

In 2014 he founded SceneHouse Productions which produced the world premiere of  Fatelessness based on the novel of Nobel Prize winner Imre Kertész. The show premiered at the HERE Arts Center in NYC in April 2014 and Adam was nominated for an New York Innovative Theater Award for his performance in the production.

Adam is also a producer and arts manager. He got his certificate in Arts Management at the State University of New York. He is also a member of Theater Resource Unlimited and a graduate of its Producer Mentorship program. Adam was the executive producer of O.Rex, an immersive theater piece that premiered in November 2014. He has worked with the Daryl Roth Theatrical Management on several shows (Clever Little Lies, Gigantic). In 2012 he was the head coordinator of the 1st Times Square International Theater Festival in Manhattan that hosted 16 theater productions from all over the world. He worked as an assistant producer on such projects as the interdisciplinary opera Women: The War Within or the Dries Van Noten Retrospective. He also served as a casting associate in David Michalek's critically acclaimed project Figure Studies which premiered at the  Edinburgh Fringe Festival and in Paris.