top of page

Adrienne Cater, born Adrienne Lunn when she caught the entertainment bug at 5 years old  performing in the community theater of her hometown in the Wynnfield section of Philadelphia  PA. Her mother moved her to Hampton Va at age 7 where she studied dance before returning  to Philadelphia at age 13 to perform in her first musical “Guys and Dolls”, followed by her  performance as Mama in “A Raisin in the Sun “at the St. Josephs Bluett Theater. She continued  to perform in several plays as well as backup singing for Donald Welch Productions and performances at Freedom Theater. In 2000 she became the Performing Arts  Director at Grover Washington Middle School. In 2002 she owned a performing arts daycare  center named Reach for the Stars Youth Development Center for 17 years. In 2016 she  acquired ownership of A’s Place on Main St in Manayunk (the old Manayunk Diner) , Which  became a popular venue for live entertainment, comedy and dinner and dancing. She now  owns a food manufacturing company which provides prepared meals for daycare centers and  home health providers. “The Shoeshine Box” is her debut theater production.


bottom of page