Adam's work bridges his love for theatre, technology, and people. His community and his own re-education called him in as an advocate for racial and social justice. Adam devotes time and skills to managing the app for the Harriet Tubman Effect Institute as well as associate producing HTEI's podcast, Edify Justice Advocates. HTEI and Edify exist as a community of curricula and research into human-resource improvements and reallocation of wealth to BIPOC in the theatre industry and beyond.
A NYC-based AEA performer, Adam is a bit of a movement specialist. While dancing and singing in musical theatre shows is his forte, Adam's skills show he is not just another song-and-dance man. As a SAFD-trained Advanced Actor Combatant, Adam can provide serious or comedic fighter sensibilities to any musical, play, TV show, or film. Currently, he holds certificates in multiple weapons including Rapier & Dagger, Sword & Shield, Broadsword, Smallsword, Knife, and Single Sword, as well as Unarmed. He is actively pursuing his eighth weapon via Neutral Chaos while complementing those classes with workshops and master classes from Fight Directors and visiting artists from around the world.
As a teenager, Adam began to seriously explore his passion for the stage. That exploration led him to Indiana University (BA Arts Management). A multi-hyphenate, Adam's interests extend out of the spotlight. He's ready and able to manage your stage, event space, or live event and star in it, too! As a Hoosier, Adam expanded his training as a singer, dancer, and actor. He gained valuable experience as a choreographer and soloist for The Singing Hoosiers while also appearing in three productions for IU's Department of Theatre and Drama and four World Premiere musicals and dance pieces.