About Adam Weinstock
Adam Weinstock is Co-Owner of Red Spear LLC and President of Creative Concept Productions. (CCP) Currently, he is also Vice-Chairman of the Board of EAT - Emerging Artists Theatre. A recently retired teacher, Adam instructed students for over three decades, specializing in English, Public Speaking, Theater Arts and Radio Communications. Adam was general manager of the public broadcasting station WPOB 88.5 FM for 31 years. He is bringing his expertise forward as Executive Director of the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival.
CCP has produced well over 100 shows since its inception in the 1990s, ranging from the 1996 revival of Mart Crowley’s The Boys in the Band to the critically acclaimed 21 Dog Years: Doing Time at Amazon at the Cherry Lane Theater. CCP and Adam have worked closely President Clinton, John Shea, Jean Louise Kelly, Bruce Vilanch, Lea Delaria, Judy Tenuta, Charles Busch, Margaret Cho, Ellen Greene, Paula Poundstone, Sandra Bernhard, Michael Feinstein, Ed Asner and Linda Eder.
Adam also manages talent, directs, and acts. Dubbed “Mr. Entertainment” by The New York Times in 2002, Mr. Weinstock has produced on both coasts of the USA as well as in Dublin and London’s West End. He has been involved in numerous Broadway Shows including Deuce starring Marion Seldes and Angela Lansbury, Peter and the Starcatcher and the Tony Winning Vanya/Spike.
Red Spear Production formed in 2016 and, in that short time, has won and been nominated for multiple Tony awards. Recent successes include: Tina-The Tina Turner Musical, Back to the Future: the Musical in London, Meteor Shower, Be More Chill, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Bandstand, Lifespan of a Fact with Daniel Radcliff, Cherry Jones and Bobby Carnivale, The Great Comet of 1812 starring Josh Groban, Present Laughter with Kevin Kline , Randy Writes a Novel, (Lead Producer) Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close and 2019’s A Christmas Carol, which won five Tony Awards. In 2022 he is producing The Soap Myth by Jeff Cohen starring Richard Dreyfus.