Since the age of seven when Cory Einbinder played the young king in King of the Gypsies (Paramount Pictures) he's been working in theater and film. As a child he was in Madame Butterfly at BAM and hosted Kids just Kids on NBC.
After graduating from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia he founded SITE (Site Installation Theater Ensemble). As the Artistic Director of SITE, he directed Daniel Therriault's Battery in an electric art installation, and Chantecler at the Philadelphia Zoo. He co-directed In The Boom Boom Room in a Go-Go Bar, and The Pitchfork Disney in an abandoned loft where a body was found under the floorboards, and produced Danny and the Deep Blue Sea in a Pub.
Now, as the Artistic Director of Adhesive Theater Project, he has directed Les Mauvais Garcon by Jake Hooker -- which had the honor of being included in the Best of the American Living Room Series at HERE Arts Center, Spring Awakening at Center Stage -- which was hailed as "Nothing short of extraordinary" by nytheater.com, Kirby -- an ensemble written superhero deconstuction at Nada, and The Battles of Coxinga at the Piano Store.
As a performer, he has been seen in The Devil's Parole at the Samuel French Festival, House of Trash at HERE, Ten Nights in a Bar-room and Larry and the Werewolf at Nada, Painted Ladies with Italian American Rep, Rendezvous with Reality and Escape from Happiness at the Wilma Theater, Death of a Salesman at the Arden Theater, Winters Tale at Cheltenham Arts Center, and the title role of Jeffrey with Fabulous Theater Co.