Barbara Pitts McAdams began working on The Laramie Project following her 1998 appearance in Leigh Fondakowski’s I Think I Like Girls (HERE Arts Center in New York, Encore Theater and La Jolla Playhouse in California). As actor/dramaturg for The Laramie Project, she appeared at BAM, Alice Tully Hall, Union Square Theater, La Jolla Playhouse, Berkeley Rep, Denver Center, and Sundance Theater Lab. She appears in HBO Films’ The Laramie Project and shares an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Made for TV Movie. In 2004, Barb began to codify the Moment Work teaching process and created the internal teaching manual. As a Moment Work master teacher, she has led training labs and devised new plays at numerous colleges and high schools. She has also served as an adjunct professor for Drew University and CUNY’s Applied Theater MA program. In residencies at high schools (Kimball Union Academy and the Calhoun School), Barb used Moment Work to devise a play for eighteen students called The Incident. Barb’s theater credits include Well (w/Lisa Kron, Huntington Theatre); Leigh Fondakowski’s The People’s Temple (Guthrie, Berkeley Rep); Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire (Triad Stage, NC); West Coast premieres of Stephen Belber’s Drifting Elegant and Rebecca Gilman’s Sweetest Swing In Baseball (Magic Theater, San Francisco); Susan Bernfield’s Nice Chair (New Georges); Michelle Carter’s Ted Kaczynski Killed People with Bombs (SPF Festival); and Adam Bock’s The Typographer’s Dream (Encore Theater, San Francisco). TV/Film: Forever, Person of Interest, Kidnapped, 30 Rock, One Life to Live, As The World Turns, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Comedy Central’s Pulp Comics, and the award-winning web series Anyone But Me (on Hulu).