About me

Originally from Brooklyn, NY Krystle N. Adams (actress, singer, writer, director) has been dancing over 25 years, acting over 15 years and singing over 12 years.  She directed her first skit at 13. Performing and creating in in her blood.

She graduated as the Senior class President of Professional Performing Arts School in New York City in Musical Theater and Drama. She studied acting under Mark Hallen at Eastern University In St. Davids, PA. There she worked and performed at the Germantown Summer Theater Camp and The Prince Music Theater in Philadelphia, where she wrote, produced and directed their first youth cast cabaret. She then went back to New York to study Musical Theater at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, working with Marcia Migrim Dodge, Phillip George, Jay Dias, Jeffery Dunn and Nicholas Martin Smith and Darren Cohen. Shortly after she was cast in Aida (ensemble) and FAME(Mabel Washington) at the North Shore Music Theater.

She has studied with Alex Neil and Pastry Rodenburg.

Something you didn’t know. In September ’09, Krystle was placed 3rd in the US for the Pro/Am Gold Division at the US Dancesport Championship for the Smooth Dances (Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot & Viennese Waltz ) representing the Fred Astaire West Side Studios.

Currently, Krystle’s debut short film “Wake Me When it’s Over”- which she wrote, produced co-directed and co-starred in, has just been submitted to Sundance and the Tribeca Film Festival, along with several upcoming projects.
Krystle sings jazz and pursuing a jazz record. She is usually seen at Crossroads in Garwood, NJ on Tuesdays.
With her wonderful husband Tony, Krystle is raising her two fierce children, Sophia and Jayden in New Jersey.

Krystle is a proud member of the Actor’s Equity Association (AEA).

Her most memorable words of encouragement are:

“Krystle is outstanding as Mabel who loves to eat. She majors in dance and finally realizes she has to starve herself too much and decides to switch her major to acting. Her gospel number called “Mabel’s Prayer” is done with great feeling and brings down the house with her comic antics”
– Tony Annicone, Theater Mirror

“Krystle is hilarious as the slightly overweight Mabel Washinton who despairs of losing those pounds her teacher demands go”  
– Kay Bourne, The Bay State Banner

“Comic relief falls to Krystle N. Pyram [Adams] as Mabel, whose number about being a fat dancer brings down the house early in the second act”
– Will Stackman, On the Aisle

“Audience favorinte Krystle N. Pyram [Adams] as likeable Mabel Washington battles her weight problem with her seafood diet (“I see food and I eat it”)”  
– Sheila Barth, The Winthrop Sun Transcript

“Comic relief is supplied by the overweight dancer Krystle N. Pyram [Adams] who’s “Mabel’s Prayer” is a highlight.”  
– Roberet Nesti- The Boston Herald

“Krystle N. Pyram [Adams]is a adorable as the diet-challeneged Mabel”
Karen Campbell, The Boston Globe

“l bet if we were to put you next to the sun, there’d be a great big rainbow.  Go out and show your beauty to all the world, and you will go far.”
– Andres De Sheilds, Tony Award Winning Actor, Director

“Let’s do a share a stage some time Krystle Adams.”
– Brian Stokes Mitchell, Tony Award Winning Actor  

“Let’s give a hand to Madame President. She’s highly electable. I should know.”
– Former President Clinton