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Adam Lebowitz-Lockard

Adjunct Lecturer


Adam Lebowitz-Lockard is an adjunct professor of theatre practice in the School of Dramatic Arts.

Adam wrote, directed, produced and starred in the short films OMI and Beefies through his production company, OmiKatyMe; dedicated to telling Jewish stories with Passion, Joy, and Grace. These films have screened at various Academy Award-qualifying and Jewish film festivals across the country and abroad. He is currently in production on a feature-length adaptation of OMI, as well as a documentary about Andy Robinson and the physical acting work in the MFA Acting program here at USC.

As an actor, Adam’s work has been seen on stages across the country, including the Geffen Playhouse, Whitney Museum, American Repertory Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, Primary Stages, 59E59, Los Angeles Theater Center, Rogue Machine, Echo Theater Company, Fountain Theater, Skylight Theater, Sierra Madre Playhouse, The Flea Theater, and theatre dybbuk. He is a Stage Raw Award winner of “Best Adaptation” with the Élan Ensemble for their work adapting Miranda July’s No One Belongs Here More Than You for the stage.

On screen he’s been featured in The Shrink Next Door, The Pine Tar Incident, the SXSW film selection California Dreams, and various Buzzfeed and FunnyOrDie sketches.

He is a proud alum of the USC MFA Acting program.


MFA, University of Southern California