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Adam Pereira

Adam Pereira


Adam can’t remember a time where he wasn’t an actor. Since his first year in primary Adam was always involved in the school plays and thrived on the stage. Adam has had a lot of time on stage, and it shows in his accolades! Adam won the Junior Drama Trophy at Rangitoto College as well as the Most Potential in Drama, Theatresports cup and the Claire Wheeler Cup for Outstanding Effort in Drama at the prestigious arts awards which he even hosted in his final year at Rangitoto. Adam was no stranger to hosting as he also hosted the prestigious Rangitoto Fashion Show that year as well. Adam is a Shakespeare lover, having performed as Macbeth and Malvolio in Junior Shakespeare. He also rocked the Pumphouse theatre as one of Shakespeare’s evils villains Aaron in Titus Andronicus and The Duke in Measure for Measure with over 850 lines which earned him a Showdown Award nomination. Adam's acting abilities are not only limited to serious Shakespeare, but he also performed as part of the Beauty and the Beast production in Rangitoto College. He found perhaps his second calling when he was selected as one of 11 students from across 20 different schools to be a part of the Class Comedians program where he performed a stand-up routine as part of the international NZ comedy festival. Adam was also a part of the Mainly Men choir for three years and in his last year at Rangitoto College performed as a member of the top choir the Fundamentals which achieved silver at the big sing finale. Adam is an accomplished academic finishing NCEA Level 3 with an excellence endorsement. He hopes to hone his craft and study at an acting school where he can become the best performer he can be. His classes are fun and vibrant merging his love of acting and comedy with his strong singing ability. We are delighted to welcome him to the team.

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