A mother-daughter battle of wits and wills.
Todd Jefferson Moore
Todd is ecstatic to return to Seattle Shakespeare Company and to be working with the wonderful Jane Nichols, his son’s professor of antic humor at Yale. He is most thankful to Seattle Shakespeare Company for the chance to do a number of iconic roles, including Vladimir (Waiting for Godot), Fool (King Lear), Bottom (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Harpagon (The Miser), Dogberry (Much Ado About Nothing), Richard (Richard III), and Jacques (As You Like It). Other recent projects include Slaughterhouse-Five and The Financial Lives of Poets (Book-It Repertory Theatre); The Wizard of Oz, Edge of Peace, and Crash! (Seattle Childrens Theatre); Ramayana (ACT Theatre); and Hamlet (New City Theatre). Todd is an Affiliated Artist at ACT Theatre where he teaches playwriting in area public schools and attempts to keep theater alive in the hearts and minds of future voters
A comic knot of mistaken identities.
Two vagabonds struggle to make sense of their predicament in an absurd world.
Shakespeare’s tragic tale of an aging monarch's descent brought down by false friends and pride.
Come play in the dark, mischievous night.
A riveting drama of a daughter's sworn vengeance.
Moliére's penny-pinching screwball comedy
A powerful story of faith laced with magic and wonder
It's not personal, it's just business.
Can true love prevail a midst warring brothers, a wicked duke, banished lovers and clever deceit?