Adelaide Mestre is an actress, singer, writer and solo show performer living in NYC. Adelaide began her career at The Public Theatre where at 14 she had her first job as an actress in a musical and worked with Joseph Papp. Since then she has performed in numerous theatrical productions, musicals, cabarets and films including Woody Allen's “Husbands and Wives.” Adelaide has written and performed several solo shows including: Dead Mosquito at Emerging Artists Theatre's One Woman Standing Festival and Out of Step at Where Eagles Dare Theatre. Her ten-minute play, It’s My Amygdala was produced at the Estrogenius Festival and the SoHo Playhouse. Her musical memoir Top Drawer was first presented at the Midtown International Theatre Festival as a work in progress and most recently at the New York International Fringe.