Current & Upcoming Events
A new play, The Broken Machine, commissioned by Lehigh University, will be produced there in November 2019.
Hangar Theatre production of Or, in June, 2019
Theodore U. Horger ’61 Artist-in-Residence in the Performing Arts at Lehigh University, 2018–2019
Productions of Dog Act: Fortune’s Fool Theatre, December 2019; Flying Anvil Theatre, February 2019; Quantam Dragon Theatre, summer 2020
Other productions of Or,: Northfield Mount Hermon School, spring 2019; UW-Milwaukee Theatre, spring 2019; Theatre Prometheus, DC, summer 2019; Washington College, MD, October 2019; Carnegie Melon University, November 2019.
2018 Productions & Events
The Salonnières premiered at Greater Boston Theater Company October–November.
Artist's residency at Blue Mountain Center in the Adirondacks for the month of September.
Adams’ special Christmas episode of the serial historical fiction Whitehall was published by Serial Box.
A newly revised version of Wonders of the Invisible World was read at the Bridge Initiative's Her Voice series, January, Scottsdale, AZ, and had a staged reading at Shakespeare & Company's Winter Studio Festival of New Plays.
Productions of Dog Act: Columbia College Chicago (February); Ohio State University (February ); Michigan State University (March); Lehigh University (October), University of San Diego (November), Scottsdale Community College (March 2019)
Production of Wet or, Isabella the Pirate Queen Enters the Horse Latitudes: Hendrix College, AR (February)
Productions of Or,: Kickshaw Theatre, MI (February), Theatre Institute at Sage (March), York College of PA (April).
2017 Productions & Events
Reading of new play, Dear Alien, at Playwrights Foundation Rough Reading Series, San Francisco, November.
Production of Or,: Round House Theatre, Bethesda, MD (March–April)
Other productions of Or,: Maiden Phoenix Theatre Company and Simple Machine, Boston (September); Olympia Little Theatre, WA (February); Mendocino Theatre Company, CA (April–May); Rice Players, Houston (November); Wagner College, NY (October)
2016 Productions & Events
New Territories Playwriting Residency, Serenbe GA (January)
Production of Dog Act: Theater on Fire, Charlestown MA (April)
Reading of new play, Asterion, at The Bridge Initiative, Mesa AZ (September). Staged reading/workshop at Arizona State University (November)
Productions of Or,: Southwest Shakespeare Company, Mesa AZ (September); Shakespeare & Company, Lenox MA (July–September); Hovey Players, Waltham MA (May); Thinking Cap Theater, Ft. Lauderdale (Feb–March); Hedgerow Theater, Wallingford PA (Jan–Feb)
2015 Productions & Events
Magic Theatre, San Francisco, Virgin Play Festival: readings of Off the Clock and The Salonniéres, December 8th
Forward Theater's Out of the Fire: the Banned Books Monologues (Feb–March)
Staged reading of The Salonniéres at Hudson Stage Company (June)
The Reckless Ruthless Brutal Charge of It, or, The Train Play: Convergence-Continuum (June–July)
Productions of Or,: Off the Wall Performing Arts, Carnegie PA (January); Vermont Stage Company, Burlington (January–February); Double Dog Theater, Norfolk (January–February); Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble, St. Louis (February); Dobama Theatre, Cleveland (September); Third Rail Repertory Theatre, Seattle (September–October); Dragon Theatre, Palo Alto (October); New School for Social Research graduate production (Nov); Anton's Well Theater Company, Berkley (Nov–Dec)
2014 Productions & Events
The Mysteries (multi-playwright project): Flea Theater NYC, April–July
Off the Clock: UMass New Plays Lab workshop, March–April.
Buccaneers: Oddfellows Playhouse, April
Dog Act: University of Denver, February; SUNY Orange, April
Des Voix Festival (San Francisco): Bal Litteraire, May 9th.
Des Voix Festival (Paris): staged reading of French translation of The Reckless Ruthless Ruthless Charge of It or, The Train Play at Théâtre des Bouffe du Nord, May 26th.
Writer-in-Residence at University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada; September–December
A Discourse on the Wonders of the Invisible World: Moxie Theatre, September
Dog Act included in "Geek Theater," a science fiction play anthology from Underwords Press, out in November