Adam plays Jackie, the romantic male lead, in a reading at New Dramatists of the new musical STORYVILLE, a jazz-based show about a young woman struggling with her future at a house of prostitution in early 1900s New Orleans. Music is by Lisa DeSpain, lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez, and book by Julia Jordan.
The cast of DIRTY DANCING puts on a variety show to benefit the Joffrey Ballet. Produced by Kaitlin Hopkins, who plays Marjorie Houseman in DIRTY DANCING, the benefit features performances by most of the cast, all doing material of their own choosing. Adam writes and performs a number especially for the occasion: “By Way of Introduction,” where he introduces himself as an actor who sings … surrounded by this cast of dazzlingly stellar dancers. Joining Adam in performing the song are DIRTY DANCING cast members Lauralyn McClelland, Charlie Logan, and Easton Smith, with choreography by Easton Smith. The event is hosted by Joffrey alumna Britta Lazenga (Penny in DIRTY DANCING) and Gary Lynch (Moe Pressman in DIRTY DANCING).
Adam performs the song “Women Leave” with Mick Bleyer at the BMI Workshop Showcase at the Snapple Theater Center. The song, by Sara Wordsworth (lyrics) and LInda Dowdell (music), is from their musical CHINADOLL OVERDRIVE, adapted from the play by Michael P. Hidalgo. Michael Bush directs and Craig Baldwin accompanies on piano.
Adam signs with the agency The Talent Mine (agents David Krasner and Ben Sands).