Big news for Adam’s IAMA Theatre Company! Jon Caren’s THE RECOMMENDATION has won two Ovation Awards including BEST PRODUCTION!
IAMA Theatre Company‘s hit production of Jon Caren’s The Recommendation has been nominated for three Ovation Awards by the LA Theatre Alliance! Adam is nominated for the second time (best actor, Hey, Morgan!) along with cast members Brandon Scott and Malcolm Barret for BEST ENSEMBLE IN A PLAY and the show has been nominated for […]
“The always excellent Shapiro demonstrates versatility and spark as the über-confident Feldman, whose fratboy charisma is tempered by a less attractive self-centeredness that Shapiro does not shy from revealing, making for yet another gem of a performance from the IAMA mainstay.” – StageSceneLA “The Recommendation dazzles!” – The Hollywood Reporter THE RECOMMENDATION tells the story […]
Adam performed in April’s Don’t Tell My Mother show at Cafe Fais Do-Do… From LAist Nikki Levy brings her monthly evening of storytelling/readings Don’t Tell My Mother! to Cafe Fais Do-Do tonight at 8 pm. It’s a monthly gathering of comics, actors and award-winning screenwriters are hand-selected to share stories they’d never want their mothers […]
Adam attended the 2012 Ovation awards with fellow nominated “Hey, Morgan!” castmates and crew! Here are some photos from the night!
Adam was nominated in the Best Lead Actor and Best Ensemble categories. More from LA Stage Alliance: Center Theatre Group, The Color Purple and Tom Buderwitz won the most 2012 Ovation nominations for a group, a single show and an individual, respectively. Nominees for the 2012 LA STAGE Alliance Ovation Awards were announced Tuesday […]
Adam starred in a staged reading of Blair Singer’s The Most Damaging Wound with the Piece Project and Vs. Theatre Company at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday night. The reading featured the talents of David Denman, Devon Gummersall, Jason Ritter, Adam Shapiro, Amy Smart and Rider Strong. “Five old college friends reunite […]
Hey, Morgan! is extending it’s run to December 16th after being praised in the LA Times, Variety, and LA Weekly as THE show to see this month in LA! “CRITIC’S PICK! This is a miniature musical of superior stature that might rock the socks off the competition. At the doting hands of her adoring parents […]
Check out Adam and the cast in the LA Times Fall Preview!
UPDATE 5/18: The first couple reviews are in! LAist’s Review and StageSceneLA’s Review Adam’s been cast as Mark in the Los Angeles production of RENT opening May 5th! More details to come… No Day But Today. FOR TICKETS: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/169014
Adam Shapiro and Stefanie Black star in The One That Got Away by Rick Marin, Directed by H. Richard Greene. This one-act play is part of IAMA Theatre Company’s annual festival of new works. Opening Friday March 4th and running through Saturday the 19th! For More information check out iamatheatre.com
Hey, Morgan! A New Musical. Adam makes his trimuphant return to the musical stage in this wickedly funny night of music. here’s the info: HEY, MORGAN! Written and Directed by Matthew Fogel and Isaac Laskin Music by Matthew Fogel, Isaac Laskin, and David Richman Starring Meagan English, Isaac Laskin, Martha Marion, and Adam Shapiro with […]
Adam is starring in the 6th of IAMA Theatre Company’s The Seven Deadly Plays written by Leslye Headland, THE ACCIDENTAL BLONDE. A friendship gone sour with envy is the subject of The Accidental Blonde in Leslye Headland’s newest installment of the Seven Deadly Plays, produced and premiered by IAMA Theatre Company. The Accidental Blonde: Playing at […]
IAMA FEST is a festival of orginal one act plays being put on at IAMA Theatre Company. Adam stars with Laila Ayad in Ilene Rosensweig and Rick Marin’s “Neighborhood Watch”, directed by Joe Perrachio. Here’s a review of 2010’s IAMA Fest from FineArtsLA: “…Last week, for instance, I had the privilege to see a local […]
Tall Blonde Productions (Producer’s of Last Year’s HAMLET @ The Hollywood Forever Cemetary) present the West Coast Premiere of: MANUSCRIPT by Paul Grellong Starring: Adam Shapiro, Patrick Adams, and Katherine Brandt Directed by: Brianna Lee Johnson