New York, NY
Adam Wade is originally from New Hampshire, is a record fifteen-time StorySLAM Champion, and two-time GrandSLAM Champion at The Moth ("New York's hottest and hippest literary ticket" by The Wall Street Journal). The Moth has given him the opportunity to perform alongside the likes of Garrison Keillor, Malcolm Gladwell and Adam Gopnik. He’s also been featured on their popular podcast (500,000 downloads a month) with Jonathan Ames. Adam has been performing his stories in New York City for the past ten years at renowned venues such as Joe’s Pub, the Highline Ballroom, Caroline's on Broadway, and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. He is a regular at the New York City comedy and storytelling shows The Nights of Our Lives, The Liar Show, Speakeasy Stories, Mortified, The Rejection Show, Stories at the Creek, The BTK Band Show, and Stripped Stories, among others. For the past year, Adam has produced and co-hosted a very successful monthly storytelling show in the city called True Tales of College at Comix in New York City. On August 16th, 2009 Adam and True Tales of College were featured in the Sunday New York Times ‘Style’ section’s piece on The Moth. Video of his winning slam story from August 11th was also posted on NYTIMES.COM. His writing has been featured in the New York Press, Glamour Magazine and the New York Times.
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Horse Trade's continuing mission is to seek out new art, new artists, and new audiences. We do this by creating an accessible community of varied voices that value collaboration, resourcefulness, and innovation. We provide a home for independent theater artists, we nurture their development, and we help establish their careers by promoting their work to local, national, and international audiences.
Horse Trade Theater Group | 85 E. 4th St, New York, NY 10003 | 212-777-6088 | email@example.com