Adam was featured in the New York Times piece on storytelling in New York City "Telling Tales With a Tear and a Smile" by Jason Zinoman.
He's performed on shows such as Magnet Theater's Armando Diaz Experience (guest monologist), Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre's Asssscat 3000 (guest monologist), Night Train with Wyatt Cenac, Big Terrific, The Liar Show, Mortified, and RISK.
Adam has been performing his monthly solo show The Adam Wade from NH Show (Time Out New York Magazine's Critic's pick "You can't not like him.") since January 2010 at the Theater Under St. Marks. Adam and the show were written about in Ruth Pennebaker's piece for the New York Times Arts Weekend and was featured as the New York Times 'Comedy Pick of the Week' in February, July and December 2014.
Adam is a regular performer on the legendary monthly storytelling show 'Nights of Our Lives' at the UCB Theater. From September 2011 until May 2014, he also hosted a monthly storytelling show Tales of the Cosmos at UCBeast.
Adam has been profiled in Time Out New York Magazine's Comedy Section. The magazine also named him to their 'Best Of List' in the Most promising young talents category: "Cerebral stand-up Myq Kaplan and heartwarming storyteller Adam Wade sit head-and-shoulders above their peers." Adam has performed in the New York Comedy Festival as part of Time Out New York Magazine's "Stars of the Future" showcase.
ALBUM: On Tuesday July 21, 2015, Adam recorded his debut storytelling/comedy album at The Bell House in Brooklyn. The album is being produced by New Wave Entertainment..
Adam was part of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA) which featured the some of the best storytellers from across the country. His performance at PIFA caught the attention of Public Radio WHYY. He returned to Philly as part of both the 10th and 11th Annual First Person Arts Festivals.
In Spring of 2015, Adam was a panelist on TV's Arise TV 360 Entertainment hosted by Lola Ogunnaike.
Adam was a panelist on the NFL NETWORK's Top 10 Football Follies.
In late 2012, Adam was featured on NPR's All Things Considered, with a story about dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in his Hoboken apartment with his Italian landlady.
Adam's story 'Rick Moranis' was heard on NPR's Snap Judgment radio show.
The Magnet Theater Podcast
'Writing Comedy for Live Storytelling: An Interview with Adam Wade' is featured in the Mike Sacks (Vanity Fair) book And Here's the Kicker - Conversations with 21 Top Humor Writers About Their Craft.
In March 2014, Adam started a tumblr blog called Sundays with Marie detailing the Sunday meals his Italian landlady kindly cooks for him.
In October 2014, Adam created a tumblr blog based on excerpts from his mystery project #GREATAMERICANNOVEL.
Adam is currently writing an auto-biographical manuscript about his life experiences growing up in New Hampshire with winning stories he's told at The Moth.
He wrote and appeared in a feature called 'Super Chivalrous Dude' for an issue of GLAMOUR MAGAZINE . He has been an occasional contributor for ESPN THE MAGAZINE, KCRW Food Blog, The Hoboken Reporter, and for author Dan Kennedy's REALLYSMALLTALK.COM. He also co-wrote a fictional creative story for the NY Times.