Adam Pike

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Adam Pike (19**-). Actor, playwright.

Training

Adam graduated with a BA Degree in Drama and performed in various UCT productions (Equus, The Frogs and Marat Sade.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

Co-founder (with Warren Nebe) of Quantum Theatre Company.

Adam wrote the play Locked.

He has appeared on stage in productions of Wolfboy (as Bernie, NAF 1995), The Elephant Man (played (or understudied Paul du Toit) the role of Lord John, 1998), Dancing at Lughnasa (1998), Skyf (1998), Master Harold ... and the boys (as Hally, 1999), Visiting Mr. Green (as Ross Gardiner, 2001), Dearly Beloved (as Garth, NAF 2001).

He helped found the Iindiza Theatre Company, which has produced both Entre and Beds on Bricks. Iindiza will be performing a reworked version of Beds on Brick at the Bruhaha Street Theatre Festival in Liverpool. He appeared in the Sinbad TV series.'

Sources

The Elephant Man programme notes in 1998.

Pieter Toerien theatre programme (undated).

Mail and Guardian, 2 October 2001.

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