Anais Adair

is a performance artist, living and working in New Orleans, Louisiana.

For years I lived at a rural arts community nestled in the back hollows of middle Tennessee, but moved to New Orleans in 2008 to pursue performance and commune with this inspiring and feral metropolis. Now I spend the time flickering between my two wildernesses.  I'm employed as a dancer/performer, garden designer, facepainter, educator, etc... a handydame of various delights. I enjoy what I do.

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Eat My Red Delicious, performed by Anais Adair and Julia Taylor as part of TEST Performance Art Event Boston, 2005

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Dia De Los Muertas, large puppet parade New Orleans, 2008

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Sometimes at the Allways, a Scotty Heron dance production,  Marigny Theater  New Orleans, 2009

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Chameleon Portraits and The Newstand, interactive multimedia installations I created  for children while teaching at the 2010 Country Day Creative Arts summer program, Metairie, LA

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Leonide Massine, Pablo Picasso, Erik Satie, Mercure, 1924 in "Tableau Vivant: A Wandering Retrospective," performed by the New Orleans Society for Tableau Vivant as part of Prospect1.5, 2010

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Salome, a traveling theater spectacle through New Orleans' City Park,  Crunchtown Productions, New Orleans 2012

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Lead Paint Libretto, New Orleans Fringe Theater Festival 2010

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Living Canvas, an interactive performance piece for children at the 2012 New Orleans Press Street Drawathon
(there are really good pics from this that I haven't got my hands on yet...so this will have to do)

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The Vanities of the Poor, New Orleans Fringe Theater Festival 2012home btn