Adam Boncz is an actor and producer working both in Europe and in New York City.
As a performer he worked extensively at the Szeged National Theater in Hungary where he played Arthur Rimbaud in Total Eclipse, Fyedka in Fiddler on the Roof, Joey in the Lieutenant of Inishmore, Georgie in the Clockwork Orange. He studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute (New York). In New York Adam has appeared in the Off-Broadway play Neither Heaven nor Earth, the critically acclaimed production of Fatelessness (New York Innovative Theatre Award nomination for Best Solo Performance), worked in numerous productions of the New Stage Theatre Company (Cafe Cino Award and New York Innovative Theatre Award winner for Best Production), collaborated with Gia Forakis & Company. Adam has also worked with Oscar-nominee Josh Fox and the International WOW Company on two productions: Auto Da fe and Reconstruction.
As a producer he founded SceneHouse Productions which produced the world premiere of Fatelessness, a stage adaptation of Nobel Prize Winner Imre Kertész’s novel. He also worked on productions such as O.Rex, Goblin Market and the staged reading of the Hungarian-American co-production To Dance. He worked as an assistant producer on such projects as the interdisciplinary opera Women: The War Within or the Dries Van Noten Retrospective. He facilitated shows for the Times Square International Theater Festival, the New York Fringe Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He is a graduate of the Broadway League’s Commercial Theater Institute and is a member of Theater Resources Unlimited, where he was awarded the New Producer Endowment Award in 2016. He holds a certificate in Arts Management from the SUNY Purchase College.
As a casting director Adam has worked on several feature films (The Independents, Impossible Monsters) and large scale video-installations such as Figure Studies and Groove.