Adriane Erdos has been dancing and acting since she was a young girl. At 11 she was personally mentored by Anna Sokolow. She went to LaGuardia HS for drama. In college she was mentored by the famous Indian classical dancer Indrani Rahman and performed a solo of Bharatanatyam at Carnegie Hall. At 18, she was the youngest dancer/choreographer to have her work selected for Dance Theatre Workshop’s “Fresh Tracks” series. She was also Assistant Director for the Tony award winning play “Side Man”, by Warren Leight.
Adriane has always studied theatre, dance, religion, spirituality, myth and folklore from around the world. She is particularly interested in how most classical and indigenous forms do not make distinctions between these disciplines and use performance art as a way to communicate between dimensions - be it gods and man or spirit and matter.