Adam Hypki

Adam trained as an actor in Morley Acting Studio in London.

Adam trained in Morley Acting Studio in London. Further training: Poetic Body (Jaques Lecoq technique) with the Clod Ensemble (including a larval mask workshop with John Wright), voice training with Maureen Carey and Danielle Allen, improvisation (Keith Johnstone’s Lifegame) and Chekhov technique classes with Wendy Metcalf, Shakespeare workshops with Craig Snelling and series of workshops with John Wright (mask, comedy, complicity, devising techniques). Other training includes Meisner technique with Warhorse Theatreworks. Member actor of Questors Theatre Company, London Ealing.

Credits include:
Michel (saxophonist) in The Story Of The Panda Bears Told By A Saxophonist Who Has A Girlfriend in Frankfurt by Matei Visniec – performed in Edinburgh Fringe 2005 and reviewed 4 stars in The Scotsman (‘Adam Hypki is perfect as the dry but dreamy saxophonist.’ – Zoë Green), 4 stars in Three Weeks (‘highly charged, fascinating in its oddness, an interesting and surreal study of an intimate and alien relationship’) and 4 stars in (overflows with interesting observations, poignant analogies and examines vast depths of emotion).

Also: in September 2008 as Egeon / Dr Pinch in The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare at the Cockpit Theatre in London, doctor Hornby in
A Kind of Alaska by Harold Pinter, Jacquemort in Heartsnatcher by Boris Vian, Van Gogh in Netherlands by Don Nigro, Him in Not Him by Howard Barker. Adam also appeared in a few short films, a music video, live and recorded art projects, student plays in RADA and Central School of Speech and Drama, London.

Directing and stage design experience:
The Maids by Jean Genet (performed at Central School of Speech and Drama), Room 40 (contemporary dance piece performed at Laban Theatre, London, 2012).