Hello, Thanks for visiting my website. I'm Adam Ray Dyer and I love to create and collaborate!

Whether it’s inviting others into an intense game of street ball or tapping a colleague to brainstorm a new Arts project, I have learned everything in life is better when it’s shared! 

I've been fortunate enough to create and perform in many areas of the entertainment world including Broadway, Film, Walt Disney Entertainment, Lincoln Center Concert Dance, Water-Based Cirque Spectaculars, Live Music Concerts, Cruise-Lines, Virtual Reality, Digital Performance and more. 

 

From Performer to Choreographer to Creative Director to Producer, I have enjoyed developing and executing in various roles within the creative process. 

I have been inspired to develop razor sharp focus performing as an artist in two ground-breaking aquatic Franco Dragone shows, “Le Reve: the Dream” at Wynn Las Vegas and “The House of Dancing Water” in Macau China. To have been part of casts with 90 world-class athletes performing over, under and through millions of gallons of water is exhilarating and humbling. I have learned how effective training, communication and planning are the KEY ingredients in replicating unforgettable performances night after night.  

I learned the power of collaboration and teamwork as part of the creation/original cast of “Finding Nemo: the musical” for Walt Disney Entertainment and experienced the influence of pin-point accuracy and attention to detail as I wore one of the most recognizable spandex suits in the world and flew over Broadway as Spider-Man, in “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.”

I have also been busy off the stage, proposing and creating a unique dance class called Interactive Performance/Contemporary Duets at Broadway Dance Center in New York City. Quickly thereafter I was invited to choreograph and direct Spider-Man’s contribution to Broadway’s “Gypsy of the Year” annual competition in 2013.

Recently, I've been the creative director for a variety of projects, from a 360 degree Virtual Reality collaboration between GoPro and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts to a real-time audience interactive installation. The later, titled INFUSEART.COM allowed dancers and audience members to work together through technology to determine the climax and outcome of the piece. 

Feel free to reach out via my connect page, I can tell you more if you're interested and I would love to hear how you found out about my work. One last item...I'm a passionate life-long learner and hold a BFA from Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater/Fordham University and an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a concentration in Dance and New Media. Can't wait to learn about you!