Adam recently appeared at Bucks County Playhouse as Angie the Ox in the classic American musical Guys and Dolls,  directed by Tony-nominee Hunter Foster.

"One ensemble member, Adam Vanek, not only pops up in multiple roles but makes each one count memorably. Vanek is also an attention-getting dancer who brings extra oomph to Jeremy Dumont’s lively choreography."

See PrincetonInfo article for full review.

Adam recently toured the U.S. as the Scarecrow in the North American Tour of The Wizard of Oz


"This new production of THE WIZARD OF OZ is an enchanting adaptation of the all-time classic. Developed from the ever popular MGM screenplay, the production contains the beloved Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg songs from the Oscar-winning movie score, all of the favorite characters and iconic moments, plus a few surprises along the way, including new songs by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber."


See Broadway World article or visit wizardofozthemusical.com for more information.

Adam recently performed in Theatre Under the Star's production of Into The Woods, starring Tony-nominee Emily Skinner and directed by Tony-nominee Robert Longbottom. ​


"This production is being led by a team of Broadway designers, including Tony-winning costume designer Ann Hould-Ward, who will revisit her costume designs from the original 1987 Broadway production of Into the Woods."


See Playbill article for more information.

Adam recently performed in the ensemble of Evita at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, which opened with record-breaking ticket sales and rave reviews. This production features 

Tony Award winner Paulo Szot and Broadway vet Dee Roscioli.


See Broadway World article for more information.  

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Adam recently made his Feinstein's/54 Below debut in Molly Pope In A Star Is Born, the acclaimed presentation of the 1954 film musical A Star Is Born  starring Judy Garland.

See Broadway World article or visit 54below.com for more information.

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Adam recently performed at Broadway Sessions: Elpha-Ball as the evening's "Rising Star!"


"The evening will feature a coven of ladies who have starred as Elphaba in the smash hit musical, Wicked, in various productions. Scheduled to perform are Teal Wicks, Christine Dwyer, Anne Brummel, Emily Koch, Laurel Harris, Jennifer DiNoia and more."


See Broadway World article for more information.