A comic knot of mistaken identities.
Todd Jefferson Moore
Todd is ecstatic to return to Seattle Shakespeare Company in the role of Vladimir. He is most thankful to Seattle Shakespeare Company for this and the chance to do a number of other iconic roles, including the Fool (King Lear), Bottom (A Midsummer Nights Dream), Harpagon (The Miser), Dogberry (Much Ado About Nothing), Richard (Richard III), Jacques (As You Like It), along with two dads (Pericles), and an old messenger (Electra). Other recent productions are The Wizard of Oz, Edge of Peace, and Crash! (Seattle Children’s Theatre), Ramayana (ACT Theatre), The Financial Lives of Poets (Book-It Repertory Theatre) and Royal Blood (West of Lenin). Todd is an Affiliated Artist at ACT Theatre where he teaches playwriting in area public schools and attempts to keep the art alive in the hearts of our youth.
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.
Can true love prevail a midst warring brothers, a wicked duke, banished lovers and clever deceit?