Adam Geller currently CEO of Broadway Entertainment, my talent agency in Coral Springs, FL previously entertained for the better part of my adult life with my partner Neil Martin as the musical comedy duo of "Neil and Adam" and then with my talented mezzo-soprano sister Hollie Berger as "Adam and Hollie".
As an actor, a big highlight was working with Paul Newman and Sally Fields in "Absence of Malice" directed by Sidney Pollack. Starring in"Die Fledermaus" conducted by Eugene Kohn of the New York City Opera and personal coach of Placido Domingo and playing Lun Tha in "The King and I" both at the Tennessee Williams Center for the Performing Arts.
Career highlight- opening for Ray Charles at the Festival of the Continents in Key West, FL as Neil and Adam. That was a rush!
Contact Adam at:
1750 N. University Dr. Suite #120
Coral Springs, FL 33071
|After leaving Dillard school of
performing arts, I moved to NYC and immediately
went on tour with the musical Anything Goes, playing
Charity. I then moved to London, England and attended
the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. To put myself
through school, I waited tables at Chaplain's
After returning to NYC, I got the
part of Alladin in Alladin and His Magic Lamp
which was performed at Roberto Clemente stadium
in San Juan PR, in front of 12,000 people! Next
was a contract for Christmas in Wonderland,
playing Alice ( of course : - ] ).
I returned to New York in 1984 and became a
Berlei Girl (a lingerie company) for five years,
as the body for them. I had minor success in
modeling but began to miss performing and returned
in 1988-89 to work in The Limit (in the Netherlands)
as a dance pop performer. This was followed
by NY and the Palladium, the Marquis, the Cat
1992 saw a return to London, with Hit and Run
music, (Phil Collin's Company) where I completed
an album and was signed by Ktel records. Tours
through Europe followed.
I am currently attending Columbia University,
as a child phsychology major (hard work) and
back in the studio working on my next album.
This, while owning and managing and eclectic
cafe known as The Living Room (thanks, Dad!).
The cafe is funky, with great atmosphere, super
music, and best of all... it's only open on
weekends, so I still get a chance to perform.
A few facts: I'm not married nor do I have
children (yet) but do have three cats and a
dog. Still the same ol' Kasey you remember from
|After graduating from the University
of Florida, Eric Gould left the hot, fertile architectural
incubator of the penninsula (home to visionary
architects such as Morris Lapidus,) in 1984 to
try his luck in Boston, Massachusetts.
resided in New England ever since, opening his
own architectural firm, Helicon Design Group,
Inc. in 1991.
He has taught design at the Boston Architectural
Center among other places, and has produced
numerous gallery installations, public art projects
and even one stage set welded out of steel with
his students. (The theater never left him.)
Many of the art projects have been seen in
the Boston Globe, Progressive Architecture and
The Christian Science Monitor, among others.
here for Michael's Memorial
|Michael attended BCPA as a 6th
grader (one year early through special arrangement)
and followed the program to The Atlantic Foundation.
Michael left for New York at age 18 and within
weeks had his first Broadway show, 'Sophisticated
Ladies' with Gregory Hines. For the next 10
years Michael worked solid performing in 'Cats',
'Starlight Express', 'Stardust' (DC), 'Jerome
Robbins Broadway' and toured with Liza in 'The
Act'. He was a favored guest artist for Lincoln
Center Tours, and choreographed shows, musical
numbers and music videos while doing 8 shows
a week. Michael was the best. He was taken from
us in February 1992.
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