Allyson Adams lives in Virginia City, Montana and is a poet, playwright, producer, author, editor, publisher, director, chef, actress and teacher. This 2017, Adams one act "An Addict Speaks" performed at The Urban Legends Play Festival in Los Angeles, and musical "Duck Ugly" produced at The Motherlode by the Orphan Girl Children's Theatre in Butte, Montana. New play "Save the Country" in commemoration of the 100 Year Anniversary of Jeannette Rankin's election to Congress in 1916, was performed last fall as staged readings at Bozeman Public Library and Jeannette Rankin Peace Center in Missoula, Montana.
In 2012, Adams published and launched The Rebel & The King written by her actor father, Nick Adams, about his friendship with Elvis Presley.
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Adams' first produced play, PINK, drew sold out audiences in Los Angeles. “Uncompromising, unflinching X-rated toughness.” L.A. Times. “Besides her rich and raw material, playwright Adams has both wit and profound honesty on her side.” Pick of the Week- L.A. Weekly.
During the summer, Adams conducts the Virginia City History Drama Camp in historic Virginia City, Montana. As River Mountain Repertory Founder and Artistic Director, she is the three-time recipient of the S.P.I.N. (Special people in need) grant and numerous contributions for her Youth Drama, Montana History and Native Indian programs in southwestern Montana. For more about Allyson you can visit www.allysonadams.com
Allyson looks forward to sharing her enthusiasm, experience, knowledge and creative techniques with passionate writers who are ready to take the next step in their own lives and work.
Ms. Adams has been on the Montana Committee for the Humanities for her dramatic presentations as Jeannette Rankin and Emily Dickinson. Her docu-drama Peace is a Woman's Job aired on Montana PBS and resides in libraries and schools Nationwide. Allyson Adams is former Madam Mayor of National Historic Landmark, Virginia City, Montana.