Adil Mansoor is a theatre director and educator. His solo performance “Amm(i)gone” adapts Sophocles’s “Antigone” as an apology to and from his mother. “Amm(i)gone” is co-commissioned by Kelly Strayhorn Theater, The Theater Offensive, and the National Performance Network.
Mansoor has developed work with NYTW, BAAD, The Poetry Project, NYU Tisch, and PearlArts Studios. Directing projects include “Daddies” by Paul Kruse (Audible), "Gloria" by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins (Hatch), "Desdemona’s Child" by Caridad Svich (Carnegie Mellon), and “Plano” by Will Arbery (Quantum).
Mansoor is a founding member of Pittsburgh’s Hatch Arts Collective and the former Artistic Director of Dreams of Hope. Mansoor received his Directing MFA from Carnegie Mellon.