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Jordan Barbour Biography

 
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Jordan Barbour makes his Broadway debut with The Inheritance directed by Stephen Daldry. Before that, Jordan appeared as Mark Antony in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar at Theatre for a New Audience, and spent three seasons in the acting company at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Jordan has performed ... (read complete bio)
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Bio:
Jordan Barbour makes his Broadway debut with The Inheritance directed by Stephen Daldry. Before that, Jordan appeared as Mark Antony in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar at Theatre for a New Audience, and spent three seasons in the acting company at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Jordan has performed ... (read complete bio)

Jordan Barbour makes his Broadway debut with The Inheritance directed by Stephen Daldry. Before that, Jordan appeared as Mark Antony in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar at Theatre for a New Audience, and spent three seasons in the acting company at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Jordan has performed in several original works, including Langston in Harlem, and The Shipment by Young Jean Lee, the latter in which he subsequently toured internationally at several prestigious venues, including the Sydney Opera House. Additionally, Jordan toured in the US and internationally as Maphikela in The Suit, directed and co-written by Peter Brook. Other notable NY credits: Marry Me a Little (The Drama League), Spencer in Vertebrae (New York Theatre Workshop), The Deepest Play Ever (CollaborationTown), Our Country’s Good (78th Street Theatre Lab), Harmonious Pimps of Harmony (Ars Nova). Regional: All the Way, The 12 (Denver Center Theatre Company), Macbeth (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), Tom Collins in Rent (Syracuse Stage, Weston Playhouse), The Who’s Tommy (Berkshire Theatre Festival), You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Two River Theater), Cold Hard Cash (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Yellowman, Hamlet, Hair, Topdog/Underdog(Perseverance Theatre), Chimerica (Studio Theatre). Film/TV/Web: The Outs; New York Is Dead; HAIR: Let the Sun Shine In. Jordan Barbour is a graduate of the joint program between Columbia University and The Juilliard School.