Adaku's social justice work is coupled with her award winning performance art.  Described as “a compelling presence” by the NewYorker, her artistry is inspired by love, constructive rage, ritual, storytellers, acts of resistance, healing, nature, Nigeria and bridge building. She has performed at numerous venues nationally and internationally, including the Oprah Show, Jacob’s Pillow, Lincoln Center, The American Dance Festival, New York Live Arts, Harlem Stage, FuseBox Festival, APAP conference, Arsht Center, Brooklyn Museum, National Black Theatre and shared the stage with the likes of John Legend, Black Eyed Peas, Oprah, Ne-yo, Meshell Ndegeocello. She currently dances and teaches with award winning, critically acclaimed DecaDance Theatre.