Adam Corrigan Holowitz works as a dramaturg, director and playwrights. Adam is the Founding Artistic Director of AlvegoRoot Theatre Company, which marks its 12th Season in 2020. AlvegoRoot is a theatre dedicated to the development and performance of plays by London and Southwestern Ontario playwrights. Works Adam has directed for AlvegoRoot include: Fools and Lovers, The Wind in the Willows (playwright), The Boy with an R in His Hand (playwright), Welcome to Bon Echo, Sixty-Seven (playwright), Dominion Day, The Cheese Poet (playwright), The Big Lad, The Angel of Long Point (playwright), Running Rude, Press Cuttings, Colleening (creator), Endgame, Beard, Macbeth, Uncle Vanya and Waiting for Godot. He wrote and performed his solo play Manor Park. For Village Opera Adam has directed: John Beckwith and James Reaney’s The Great Lakes Suite, Menotti’s The Telephone, Shaw’s Village Wooing. For Theatre Aezir he directed Gary Kirkham’s Falling: A Wake. He was the dramaturg for David Yee’s play rochdale (York University/Summerworks). Adam holds a BA Honours from York Unviersity where he studied Dramaturgy. He is the recipient of The Iris Turcott Memorial Award for dramaturgy from York University. He has written on theatre for several publications including stratfordfestivalreviews.com and The London Yodeller.