Adam was featured in the April 5th, 2012 New York Times piece "Telling Tales With a Tear and a Smile" by Jason Zinoman.
He's performed on shows such as The Moth's Main Stage, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre's Asssscat 3000 (as the guest monologist), Hot Tub with Kurt and Kristen, Big Terrific, Pretty Good Friends, The Nights of Our Lives, The Rejection Show, Told, The Liar Show, Mortified, Stripped Stories, and The RISK Show.
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. On Friday October 21st, 2011, Adam and the show were written about in Ruth Pennebaker's piece for the New York Times Arts Weekend.
In 2011, with material developed from the AWFROMNHSHOW, Adam put together two single performance solo shows: Cool as Nice: 3Firsts at Union Hall in Brooklyn and Healthy Girls at the UCB Theatre. In September 2011, he started a monthly storytelling show Tales of the Cosmos at the new UCBeast.
In March 2010, Adam was profiled in Time Out New York Magazine's Comedy Section. The magazine also named him to their 'Best of 2009 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." Later that year, Adam performed in the New York Comedy Festival as part of Time Out New York Magazine's "Stars of the Future" showcase.
In April 2011, Adam performed in the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA) as part of the First Person Arts SLAM NATION which brought together some of the best storytellers from across the country. He was also featured on Public Radio WHYY. He returned to Philly as part of the 10th Annual First Person Arts Festival in November 2011, selling out his solo show both Friday and Saturday nights. He debuted a brand new solo show 'The Adam Wade Family Hour' at the First Person Arts Fest in November 2012.
In 2010, Adam appeared on the NFL NETWORK's Top 10 Football Follies.
In the August of 2012, a recording of Adam's story 'Rick Moranis' was heard on NPR's Snap Judgment radio show. In the Winter of 2012, Adam appeared as a guest on Julie Klausner's How Was Your Week podcast as well as a panelist on Andy Rocco's Here to Help podcast taped live at UCBeast. In Spring of 2012, Adam had stories featured on the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre's podcast, A Funny Thing, and The Soundtrack Series Podcast.
In December 2008, Adam was a special guest on WFMU's 7 Second Delay with Ken Freedman and Andy Breckman.
Adam is also currently writing an auto-biographical novel about his life experiences growing up in New Hampshire.