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John Moore STAGE CREDITS

[West End]
Original London Production, 1971
1st Friend

Hotel Manager

[West End]
London Production, 1970
Col. Thomas McKean

[West End]
Original London Production, 1967
Performer

[West End]
London Production, 1966
Ensemble

[West End]
London Revival, 1963
First Citizen

Singing Ensemble

[US Tour]
Touring Revival, 1960
Dancer

[Broadway]
1953
Walters

[Broadway]
1941
Tom Fennell

[Broadway]
1941
Third Boy

[Broadway]
1941
Robert Stanforth

[Broadway]
1938
Arthur Seymour Sullivan

[Broadway]
1938
A Manager

[Broadway]
Unknown, 1936
Ensemble

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1935
Ensemble

The Boys

[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1934
Boy

[Broadway]
1933
Israel Avigdor

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1925
Chorus

The Duke de Persigny

[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1908
Hank Wilson

[Broadway]
1903
The Warder

[Broadway]
1903
Performer


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Steve Dawson Will Release Sixth Solo Album This Summer

Ghosts is the sixth solo album from Chicago-based musician and songwriter Steve Dawson. It's being release June 7 on venerable Chicago label Pravda Records on CD, 12” LP vinyl, digital download and on streaming platforms.

Seattle Opera Celebrates Milestone Season With 60th Anniversary Concert & Gala

The crowning event in Seattle Opera’s 2023/24 season is the star-studded 60th Anniversary Concert and Gala, a festive jubilee featuring a selection of gems from the operatic repertoire performed by some of the company’s best and most beloved singers.

Seattle Opera Announces Lineup For 60th Anniversary Concert

Seattle Opera announces lineup for 60th Anniversary Concert featuring world-class singers in a celebration of the company's artistic highlights. Join them on May 11, 2024, at McCaw Hall for an unforgettable evening of music and memories.

Denver Actors Fund Unveils New Leadership Structure With The Appointment Of Prominent Colorado Theater Artists

Denver Actors Fund Unveils New Leadership Structure with Kenny Moten and Ronni Stark as Co-Presidents, marking a significant milestone in supporting Colorado theater artists. The non-profit organization has helped nearly 600 theater artists and provides mental-health care and emergency assistance.

Dayton Opera Serving A Generous Portion Of SWEENEY TODD

Dayton Performing Arts Alliance presents Dayton Opera's production of Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award-winning hit musical thriller Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, November 4-5 at the historic Victoria Theatre.

Photos: First Look at THE (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS at San Francisco Opera

San Francisco Opera’s 101st season continues with the highly anticipated Bay Area premiere of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs. Check out production photos here!

San Francisco Opera Presents the Bay Area Premiere of THE (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS

San Francisco Opera’s 101st season continues with the highly anticipated Bay Area premiere of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs opening on Friday, September 22.

PELLEAS & MELISANDE Comes to Des Moines Metro Opera Next Year

PELLÉAS & MÉLISANDE comes to Des Moines Metro Opera next year! The opera is by Claude Debussy, adapted from the play by Maurice Maeterlinck. Performances run July 6, 12, 17, 21 at Blank Performing Arts Center. It will be sung in French with English supertitles.

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE, SALOME & More Set for Des Moines Metro Opera 2024 Festival Season

Des Moines Metro Opera’s complete repertory for the company’s 2024 Festival Season has been revealed.

Utah Opera to Present THE (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS in May

In its Salt Lake City premiere—and the Utah Opera's 2022-23 season finale—Mason Bates & Mark Campbell's The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs will bring innovation to the operatic stage for five performances at the Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre this May with a soulful exploration of the iconic figure—Steve Jobs.

New Operas By Missy Mazzoli and Jennifer Higdon Set For Festival O24 and Opera Philadelphia's 50th Anniversary Season

 Opera Philadelphia will celebrate its 50th anniversary in the 2024-2025 Season, which will begin with Festival O24. The annual season-opening celebration will take on added significance in this anniversary year, anchored by two new company commissions composed by women with strong ties to the company and the city of Philadelphia.

Review: A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS at Seattle Opera

Expectation and electricity spark the air and light the eyes of everyone waiting to witness this moment. With a collaboration of talents from around the world and spanning years of work, Seattle Opera presents the world premiere of A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS. Haunting and beautiful, the story and music merge as one in this formidable show. The central truths of hope and love will echo long past the last note and curtain fall.

Afghan Arts Festival Leads Slate of Winter Events at Seattle Opera

In conjunction with its upcoming world premiere of A Thousand Splendid Suns, Seattle Opera offers a slate of unique educational and cultural events to celebrate Afghan art, culture, and history, and provide a deeper look into the making of a new opera.

San Francisco Opera Announces 2023�"24 Season, Featuring OMAR, THE MAGIC FLUTE & More

San Francisco Opera has announced details for the Company’s 101st season, which opens September 8, 2023. See production details, how to purchase tickets and more!

World Premiere of A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS to Open at Seattle Opera in February

On February 25, 2023, McCaw Hall will host the world premiere of A Thousand Splendid Suns, written by composer Sheila Silver and librettist Stephen Kitsakos, based on the gripping novel by Khaled Hosseini.

Industry Pro Newsletter: Theatres Aim to Hold True to Their Values, Some Audiences Are Being Left Behind

As theatres work to return to the new normal, we continue to find new ways in which the industry needs to find improvements on the way that they treat those that are creating the art - we have arrived at the “rubber meets the road” moment for every theatre that issued statements about their ideals in the past few years.

Review: A THOUSAND ACRES by Kristin Kuster and Mark Campbell Makes a Stunning World Premiere at Des Moines Metro Opera

When an organization reaches a milestone like 50 years, it can be easy to look back at everything that brought you to that milestone. While Des Moines Metro Opera's productions of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM and PORGY AND BESS do that, they are also looking at the future with the world premiere production of A THOUSAND ACRES. If this production indicates what Des Moines Metro Opera has planned for the future, then I'm sure we will see them around for another 50 years and more.

Beth Malone Will Headline Denver Actors Fund Celebration Concert at Candlelight Dinner Playhouse

The Denver Actors Fund reached a monumental goal this week when the grassroots, all-volunteer nonprofit surpassed $1 million in financial assistance to members of the Colorado theater community since 2014.

BWW Review: (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS by Bates and Campbell under Zvulun Closes the Circle on Apple's Creation

On Saturday night, Version 2.0 of the Mason Bates-Mark Campbell opera, THE (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS, opened brilliantly as a mainstage production of the Atlanta Opera, in its East Coast premiere, under Tomer Zvulun’s taut direction and Michael Christie’s smart baton. To say the audience greeted the work joyfully would be an understatement.

RIGOLETTO, THE FLYING DUTCHMAN, and More Announced for Utah Opera 2022-23 Season

Opera represents the full range of the human experience—so it is fitting that people of all ages, backgrounds, and experiences will find relevance in Utah Opera's four productions in the 2022-23 season at Salt Lake City's Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre.

John Moore FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How many Broadway shows has John Moore been in?

John Moore has appeared on Broadway in 14 shows.

How many West End shows has John Moore been in?

John Moore has appeared on London's West End in 7 shows.

What was John Moore's first West End show?

John Moore's first West End show was The Boys from Syracuse which opened in 1963

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