Daniel Edwin Adams is a double graduate of Lyndon State College with BS in Television Studies and Communications and a recent grad of Quinnipiac University with a Masters in Interactive Media. Daniel has worked as an Actor, a Paramedic, a Media Specialist and whatever else he chooses to be. He's a resident of Northern, NH and can be found checking out the regional theater scene around NH, Maine and Vermont. He looks forward to earning his remaining EMC weeks necessary to join the Actor's Equity Association. Favorite roles include: Tommy Albright (Brigadoon-Upstage Players, NH) Harry the Horse (Guys and Dolls-Weathervane Theatre) and The Manager (Out of Order-Col Town Players-NH). But nothing beats his time as an Extra in a Japanese TV Show.
I have seen the movie version of The Spitfire Grill on multiple occasions. I had taken a liking to it for a couple different reasons. The movie was set in Gilead, Maine, which I grew up about 20 minutes from. The film was shot on locations near where I currently live and where I attended college. At the time it was a big deal and many locals where cast as extras. Now almost 20 years later, I had the opportunity to view the adapted musical version at Northern Stage in White River Junction, Vermont. If I may be so blunt, you must see this show.New Hampshire Theatre Awards Set for Tonight January 25, 2014
The New Hampshire Theatre Awards have announced the finalists for both the professional and community productions for 2013. Each year these awards recognize the talent and dedication necessary to produce outstanding theatrical productions across the state.New Hampshire Theatre Awards Announces Finalists January 13, 2014
On October 23rd I was met with an interesting opportunity for an evening of entertainment. I actually had to make a choice. Sit back and watch game 1 of the World Series or hop in a car and make the drive to Concord, New Hampshire to see a one woman show entitled, Unsinkable Women: Stories & Songs from the Titanic. I chose the latter and was not disappointed.BWW Reviews: Weston Playhouse Presents NEXT TO NORMAL July 22, 2013
Weston, Vermont may be the epitome of a small town. But tucked away on Park Street is a Goliath of a summer theater. Weston Playhouse is Vermont's oldest professional theater and that long-standing history continues this summer with their production of Next To Normal.Summer Stages: Summerstock Across New Hampshire June 14, 2013
New Hampshire and summerstock are pretty much interchangeable. Across the Granite State, theatergoers will find incredible options for live entertainment. One night they could be in an old barn, where the floors creek and an occasional bat will make its presence known. Then the next night, you're in a brand new, modern facility with air conditioning, comfy seats and a bar.Photo Flash: First Look at New Hampshire Theatre Awards 11 January 30, 2013
NH Theatre Awards ceremony held at the Stockbridge Theatre in Derry, NH, January 26, 2013. Written and directed by Scott H. Severance, the NHTA's is a night of celebration, performances and laughs.New Hampshire Theatre Awards, 1/26 January 29, 2013
The nominations are out for the 11th Annual New Hampshire Theatre Awards. Like Broadway has the Tony Awards, NH has the NHTA's. Those awards will be handed out on Saturday January 26th at the Stockbridge Theatre on the campus of Pinkerton Academy in Derry, New Hampshire. The award ceremony begins at 7pm.BWW Reviews: Northern Stage 'Makes You Believe' With PETER PAN December 24, 2012
After taking Christmas Eve and Christmas Day off, Peter Pan plays through January 6th, 2013, at the Briggs Opera House in White River Junction, Vermont.