Jacob Moore

Jacob Moore has called Las Vegas his home for the past decade. Prior to his time in Las Vegas, Jacob lived in Massachusetts and performed in various local community theaters. Before his stint in the northeast, Jacob studied at Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA, devoting more time to the stage than to the classroom.

Currently, Jacob dedicates his efforts to the Las Vegas Little Theatre as a board member. He takes pride in collaborating with as many theater companies as possible in the region. These include (in chronological order): The Asylum Theater, Cockroach Theater, Feral Tale Theatricals, Nevada Conservatory Theater, Majestic Repertory Theater, Poor Richard’s Players, Super Summer Theater, Bishop Gorman High School, Bard At The Bar, Vegas Theatre Company, and last but certainly not least, A Public Fit Theatre Company.

Dancing at Lughnasa marks Jacob’s second production with A Public Fit. His debut was as Justin in Heroes of the Fourth Turning by Will Arbery. Jacob appreciates his time working with A Public Fit because of the wonderfully thought-provoking scripts they choose, the beautiful way they weave their stories, and the amazing people that bring everything to life. He hopes you come to as many of the APF shows you can and that you continue to support live theatre in whatever way you can!