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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 Reviews: PRIVATE DANCER Leaves Much To Be Desired
December 9, 2013

Directed by Bob Degus, PRIVATE DANCER is the story is focused on the troubled life of the famed Rita Hayworth and is told additionally through film and dance. Sage Snakechalmer, however, the star and playwright, gives an awkward mess of a performance.

BWW Reviews: A CHRISTMAS CAROL is a Delightful Fusion of Thrills, Chills, and Happy Nostalgia
November 26, 2013

Patrick Barlow's (39 Steps) A CHRISTMAS CAROL has added a whole new color to the classic Dickens' tale.

BWW Reviews: WHEN THOUGHTS ATTACK is a Hilarious Ball of Nerves and Fresh, Uproarious Wit
November 18, 2013

Kelly Kinsella gives a sharp, gritty, bona fida performance in her original one-woman show WHEN THOUGHTS ATTACK.

BWW Reviews: Retro Productions' THE BALTIMORE WALTZ Makes for Poignant, Thought-Provoking Theatre
November 16, 2013

First produced over twenty years ago, Retro Production's rendition of THE BALTIMORE WALTZ breathes new life into Paula Vogel's original play.

BWW Reviews: CLOVEN TONGUES Captivates at The Wild Project
November 15, 2013

Victor Lesniewski's new drama CLOVEN TONGUES has it all: humor, suspense, and a strong cast.

BWW Reviews: FIX ME, JESUS is a Brilliant Emotional Roller Coaster Ride
November 11, 2013

Helen Sneed's FIX ME, JESUS, directed by Sam Pinkleton, delivers laugher, hard truth, and keeps the audience on the edge of their seats, all while never leaving a Neiman Marcus dressing room.

BWW Reviews: ON THE RECORD Croons to the Tunes of Days Gone By
November 11, 2013

Conceived and directed by Bill Daugherty, ON THE RECORD at Stage 72 is a deliciously nostalgic musical throwback into ages past.