Adil Mansoor is a theater artist and educator based in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a founding member of Hatch Arts Collective, a performing arts group committed to creating new work across disciplines. He has directed multiple projects with Hatch including Chickens, a new play by Paul Kruse and Driftless, a devised piece investigating frac sand mining and environmental justice.
Adil also leads programming for young people at The Andy Warhol Museum and for Dreams of Hope, an arts organization working with queer and allied youth. In 2012, he was awarded the Young Audiences National Teaching Artists Best Practices Award for his facilitation of Dine and Discuss, an afterschool program focused on teen-led dialogue.
Adil is a member of the Heinz Endowments’ Transformative Arts Project and 2010 Director’s Lab in Chicago. He has B.A. in Drama and B.S. in Education and Social Policy from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL.