"You can't not like him."
- Time Out New York
Down a treacherous series of depth-defying steps, at the
Theater Under St. Marks, the storyteller and comedian Adam Wade
is hosting his monthly “Adam Wade From New Hampshire” show.
His stories have a rueful sweetness to them, as told by a guy who’s
often too nice to go for a devastating zinger in life.
-Ruth Pennebaker NEW YORK TIMES
Adam Wade from NH Show
*New York Times Pick*
*Time Out New York Critic's Pick*
*CBS New York Critic's Pick*
Mon Sept 14th
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Adam's solo show
Theater Under St. Marks
94 St. Marks Place (between 1st Ave and Ave A)
CODE WORD: nhshow or TheSkint = $5
PURCHASE TIX ONLINE HERE
THE REVIEWS ARE IN
"Adam Wade is one of the best storytellers on the planet" - The Dish
"You can't not like him." - Time Out NY
“If this endearing storyteller doesn’t make you feel at least a teeny
bit warm and fuzzy, check your rib cage, because you may
not have a heart.” - Time Out NY
“Wade's storytelling prowess stems from a heartfelt honesty that always hits home.”
-Time Out NY
"Ladies: please do not go to this show if you are currently seeking someone to love.
Because Adam Wade will become that person."
- Village Voice
"The Moth's Adam Wade--so adorable,
he's essentially a human kitten with eye-glasses." - Village Voice
THE NEW YORK TIMES:
TIME OUT NEW YORK:
THEATRE IS EASY
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY NEWS SERVICE:
Horse Trade press release about the show:
The Adam Wade From New Hampshire Show
promises to be something you don’t want to miss.
The show opens with one of a rotating pool of great storytellers in
New York City. They will tell a wonderful, fifteen-minute original story.
Then Adam Wade will greet the audience and for the next forty-five
minutes he’ll tell a few stories from his adolescent years
and play videos and rare home movies. No two shows
will be the same. Adam promises the people a variety of ways to
experiment what stories he’ll be telling such as theme, luck and sheer
randomness to keep them coming to the show month after month.
This show will give the audience a chance to see
Adam Wade combine music and video to his Moth winning
(and tested) stories. They will also hear longer sets from some of
their favorite storytellers in the city.