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Juliana Adame

Juliana Adame Juliana got into theatre in middle school, deciding it was about time she become comfortable in front of a crowd. Little did she know then the monster she would create. Since then, she has gone on to perform in numerous capacities, including acting, singing, dancing, writing, directing, and even dabbling in puppetry for a production of Little Shop of Horrors. Currently pursuing a degree in performing arts in the great city of NYC, she frequents the Broadway and all of it’s delightfully bright lights and talented starlets. Eat your heart out.



BWW Review: ONE HAND CLAPPING Is Wickedly Fun In Its US Premiere
May 11, 2015

ONE HAND CLAPPING is a night of dark comedy not to be missed.

BWW Review: A QUEEN FOR A DAY Is a Combination of Superior Storytelling and Knockout Performances
May 6, 2015

A QUEEN FOR A DAY features a powerhouse of performances.

BWW Review: THE TRAILS OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND Dazzles With a Cast of Talented Kiddos at TADA! Youth Theatre
April 27, 2015

Resident NYC youth theatre's latest features a wonderful cast from all across the NYC/NJ area.

BWW Review: Part of Brits Off Broadway, THE TAILOR OF INVERNESS Is an Undeniable Wave of Passion
April 20, 2015

Matthew Zajac's one-man telling of life in Europe during the Nazi reign is an extraordinary display.

BWW Review: Terri Mateer's One-Woman A KIND SHOT Is One of the Most Honest Pieces This Season
April 13, 2015

A KIND SHOT may not be the kindest story

BWW Review: Antony Raymond's World Premiere of PRETTY BABIES Explodes With Grit and Relevance
March 3, 2015

Acting as writer and director, Raymond's world premiere drama may just be the love story of our time.

BWW Reviews: James Lecesne's THE ABSOLUTE BRIGHTNESS OF LEONARD PELKEY Shines Beautifully at Dixon Place
February 25, 2015

A poignant story performed by one actor, and many characters shines in this eighty-minute spectacular.

BWW Review: Amiri Baraka's DUTCHMAN Comes to the Castillo Theatre
February 25, 2015

Amiri Baraka's DUTCHMAN Comes to the Castillo Theatre Woodie King Jr.'s production of DUTCHMAN breathes new life into Amiri Baraka's social drama.

BWW Review: White Horse Theater Presents Sam Shepard's EYES FOR CONSUELA
February 17, 2015

Sam Shepard's rarely produced EYES FOR CONSUELA is back with a bang in New York City.

BWW Review: John Cariani's LOVE/SICK is a Fun, Quirky Night of Giggles
February 11, 2015

John Cariani scribes and performs in a series of stories, amounting to one big love story.

BWW Review: THE ASPHALT CHRISTMAS is Just The Comedy You Need This Holiday Season
December 10, 2014

Todd Michael stars in his own THE ASPHALT CHRISTMAS- a hilarious holiday romp for a classic Christmas.

BWW Reviews: THE ERLKINGS Is a Fascinating Journey of Blaring, Brilliant Subtlety and Raw Emotions
November 24, 2014

Now playing at Theatre Row, Nathaniel Sam Shapiro's Columbine drama THE ERLKINGS hits the audience like a ton of bricks.

BWW Review: <50% Is A Wonderfully Unconventional Look at the Conventional Rom-Com
October 6, 2014

Written and starring Gianmarco Soresi, this new 'unromantic' comedy takes a look at a new kind of young love in the world of actors and playwrights.

BWW Review: LOVE QUIRKS Sparks
September 30, 2014

LOVE QUIRKS is a New York love story set to music. Hilarity ensues.

BWW Review: PigPen Theatre Co.'s THE OLD MAN AND THE OLD MOON is Pure Magic- Magic as Folk
September 30, 2014

PigPen Theatre Co.'s THE OLD MAN AND THE OLD MOON is a dream: everything a young dreamer who grew up to be a fan of pastels and floral prints and Mumford and Sons with a love for the magic of theatre could ever imagine.

Review: Harry Melling's PEDDLING Packs a Punch at 'Brits Off Broadway' at 59E59
April 28, 2014

Harry Melling's premiere of PEDDLING at 'Brits Off Broadway' at 59E59 is an emotional thrilll ride of passion, grit, and whirlwind of emotion.

April 18, 2014

Charlie Polinger directs an attempted statement on several political and pop culture icons with the story of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's The Threepenny Opera thrown in there.

BWW Reviews: CINDERELLA at New York Theatre Ballet is a Beautiful Whirlwind of Magic
March 3, 2014

New York Theatre Ballet's CINDERELLA is a lovely spectacle of dance and magic.

BWW Reviews: Ryan Lee's Reimagining of THE WINTER'S TALE Sheds New Light on a Shakespeare Classic
February 24, 2014

Ryan Lee's reimagining of William Shakespeare's THE WINTER'S TALE is an interesting take on the famed classic.

BWW Reviews: THE WOODSMAN Is a Charming Night at the Theatre
February 6, 2014

James Ortiz's THE WOODSMAN, now playing at 59 E 59, is a creative spin on the familiar classic of The Wizard of Oz with an atmosphere remincent of a pleasant combonation of Spring Awakening, Peter and the Starcatcher, and Into the Woods.