Abdiel Vivancos is an American actor, writer, and educator, based in New York City. After training with Carnegie Mellon University’s Drama program as an Andrew Carnegie Scholar, he has performed most notably as Perchik the revolutionary in Goodspeed Opera House’s 50th Anniversary Production of Fiddler on the Roof and famed philosopher Baruch Spinoza in David Ives’ New Jerusalem at GableStage. As a Mindfulness Educator, he has worked with the New York City Department of Education & Health, Carnegie Mellon University, and the David Lynch Foundation, teaching mindfulness in public schools and providing guidance on a wide range of meditative practices. Vivancos facilitates workshops, group practices, individual coaching, talks, intensives, and consulting for educational institutions, healing centered engagements, and more. He is the founder of Silent Sound Meditation (SSM) and Yoga in Strawberry Fields (YogaSBF). Through his work in the performing arts, education system, and nonprofit organizations, Vivancos is dedicated to unifying communities with storytelling, mindfulness, and meditation.