Adam Winer was born in Washington D.C. and grew up in Potomac, Maryland. In middle school, he decided to take his first theatre course at summer day camp. Once he was cast in their production of Cats as Mister Mistoffelees, his life was changed forever. He soon after joined high school competition show-choir and started dancing in CityDance's preprofessional conservatory program. Going into senior year of high school, he was lucky enough to study at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama in their pre-college program.
Upon graduation from high school, Adam continued to The Boston Conservatory's B.F.A. Musical Theatre program where he graduated spring 2018 with emphasis in dance, acting, and repertoire.
During his time there, performed the lead role of Dr. Wheelgood in American Repertory Theatre's "The Donkey Show" at Club Oberon every weekend. He has also performed in numerous school and regional productions.
Adam's mission as a theatre artist is to create work that inspires change of thought and incites action to make the world a better place, no matter the degree of the step.