Adrian Brizuela

About Adrian
 Adrian is a classically trained actor that has played roles from Shakespeare, Chekhov, and Williams he has also been involved in roles such as Joseph in Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, John Proctor in The Crucible, Captain Hook in Peter Pan, Ophelia in Hamlet that have allowed him to explore his imaginative processes as a creative performer. In May 2015 he received his BFA in acting from the prestigious California Institute of the Arts. 
 At CalArts he has worked on projects such as the original play “Los Angeles Founding Families” where he acted along side Roger Guenveur Smith and “The Three Penny Opera” with master Suzuki director Kameron Steele. He has studied Acting under master professor Mirjana Jokovic, classic American theater under Andrea LeBlanc, Shakespeare under Mary Lou Rosato and Film Nior under Marissa Chibas.  HIs voice experience includes studying under master teachers Fran Bennet and Rafael Lopez-Barrantes as well as Speech with Deborah Ross-Sullivan.  During his time at CalArts he has  created and produced various events, theatre performances, short films and music videos. 
Born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley, He attended San Marino High School where he received best male actor honors two straight years as well as the International Thespian Honor. He was invited to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland with a troupe of High School actors representing the United States. The experience is a memory that will last his a life time. 
He is a Bilingual singer who has recorded professionally for Warner Chappell Music and Rize High Records. He is also is a BMI songwriter. He sang in a world renown chamber choir which performed in acclaimed venues such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, St. Peters Basilica in the Vatican, Palau Music Hall in Barcelona, Spain and Castel Nuovo in Naples, Italy. 
 He is proud of his latino heritage which is evident in the art that he creates. He approaches his craft with honesty, realism and passion.