Adam most recently performed in Toil and Trouble Burlesque's newest production "Last Call at the Toil and Trouble" as the swing for the roles of Sexy William Shakespeare and Jolly Robin Goodfellow.
When the audience arrives they are immediately transported into the heightened world of the Elizabethan England, and more specifically, into the tavern in which Shakespeare’s theater company frequent after each of their performances. As they are being seated they learn that they, the audience, have just come from a performance of Romeo and Juliet, and are here to celebrate with the cast members from the show. As the night unfolds, the audience will discover that Shakespeare has just debuted the play for the new King, in hopes that their company will win his favor, and become the official Royal Players of the King’s Court. They are certain of their success, until a mysterious messenger arrives with a threat that could not only sabotage their potential new position, but also wipe Shakespeare from the history books, and destroy their livelihoods forever.
Adam toured with Disney on Ice Presents: Mickey's Search Party as a principal acrobat, ensemble skater, and live host understudy. In the past Adam also served as the show's acrobatic captain. In his 2 years with the show, Adam performed for almost 3 million people across the US, Canada, and Mexico.
"Join Mickey Mouse and his friends on a brand-new adventure filled with world-class skating, high-flying acrobatics, and unexpected stunts!"
Akron Beacon Journal
Adam performed in freeFall Theatre's world premier of "The Machine Stops", an adaptation of the 1909 Sci-fi novella by E.M Forster. Set in a world where the human population no longer lives on the surface of the Earth, and instead resides underground, in sedentary isolation, with all bodily wants and needs provided for by The Machine. The show included acrobatic performances on Chinese Pole and Silks, as well as modern dance and movement pieces.
Creative Loafing Review
Adam played lost boy Curly on the national tour of Peter Pan 360, performing on the Chinese Pole, with choreography by Gypsy Snider. Additionally playing Peter Pan weekly, and understudying John Darling.
Broadway World Review DC
Broadway World Review Dallas
"At the performance this Thursday, Adam Kezele made his debut flight as the title character. Mr. Kezele, who usually plays lost boy Curly, was at ease on (and above) the stage. His exuberant spirit was infectious, keeping all eyes on him as he dominated the stage."
-Kyle Christopher West, Broadway World
Adam played Bassianus in New York Shakespeare Exchange's production of Titus Andronicus at HERE Arts Center, NYC.
New York Times Review