Adam Cork has written mainly for the stage, blending original composition with sound design to create integrated music/sound scores for many celebrated productions.
Theatre includes: London Road (National Theatre – Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, Olivier Award Nomination for Best Musical), Red (Donmar/Broadway – Tony Award for Best Sound Design), King Lear (Donmar – Olivier Award for Best Sound Design and Evening Standard Award for Best Design), Anna Christie (Donmar – Evening Standard Award for Best Design), ENRON (Broadway/West End- Tony Award Nomination for Best Score), Ink (Almeida/ West End), Mosquitoes (NT Dorfman), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Pinter), Travesties (Menier Chocolate Factory/West End/Broadway), No Man’s Land (Sheffield Lyceum/West End), Richard III (Almeida), Les Blancs, Danton’s Death (NT Olivier), Three Days In The Country, Phedre, (NT Lyttelton), Hughie (Broadway), Photograph 51, Henry V (MGC/West End), Frost/Nixon, Hamlet (Donmar/Broadway), Ivanov (Donmar/West End), Six Characters in Search of an Author (Headlong/West End), Richard II, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Chalk Garden, Othello, Creditors, The Wild Duck, Caligula (Donmar), Don Carlos (West End), Romeo & Juliet (RSC 2010), The Tempest (RSC 2006), Suddenly Last Summer (West End), Paradise Lost (Headlong).
Film/TV includes: scores for London Road, Genius, The Hollow Crown: Richard II, Macbeth, Frances Tuesday, Re-ignited, Imprints, Bust, The Three Rules of Infidelity, Tripletake.
Radio includes: Losing Rosalind, The Luneberg Variation, The Colonel-Bird, Don Carlos, Othello, On the Ceiling, The Chalk Garden.
Adam sits on the board of Mercury Musical Developments, and is an Associate Artist of the RSC.