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Adrianne Moore

Adrianne  Moore

Artistic Producer

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Adrianne Moore returns to the Lyric Rep to direct CLYBOURNE PARK! Adrianne is the Artistic Producer of the Lyric Rep and head of the Department of Theatre Arts in the Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University. She has directed many productions for the Lyric Rep including MACBETH, WAIT UNTIL DARK, LAST TRAIN TO NIBROC, WOMAN IN BLACK, ALWAYS PATSY CLINE, and THE FOREIGNER. Adrianne has also served frequently as an accent and vocal coach for the company. Locally she has directed for Salt Lake Acting Company (SLAC). Credits include RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN, HOW TO MAKE A ROPE SWING, CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION, HOLD PLEASE and rehearsed readings of AMERIKIN and TREES IN THEIR YOUTH. Other Utah directing credits include productions for Utah Festival Opera (THE MIKADO), Tuacahn Center for the Arts (MATILDA THE MUSICAL, SHREK THE MUSICAL, MARY POPPINS, MY FAIR LADY) The Egyptian Theatre Company (PETER PAN) Plan B Theatre (MIASMA) and Crossroads Project (EMERGENCE) Adrianne has also served as an accent and vocal coach with companies such as Pioneer Theatre Company (CHARLES III, DRACULA, THE HEIRESS, MY FAIR LADY), Salt Lake Acting Company (SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY, HAND TO GOD,STREETLIGHT WOODPECKER, TRIBES, VENUS AND FUR, GOOD PEOPLE, RED, ANGELS IN AMERICA, CHARM, THE CARETAKER, END DAYS and SKIN IN FLAMES), Utah Shakespeare Festival (DRACULA, TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, SHERLCOK HOLMES; THE FINAL ADVENTURE, and BOEING, BOEING) and American Players Theatre (OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD AND A DOLLS HOUSE). Film and TV credits include GALYNTINE (AMC pilot) and THE SAVING OF SARAH CAIN. A native of New Zealand, Adrianne worked as a director and actor in New Zealand, Australia and England before coming to the U.S. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Theatre Directing from the British Theatre Association in London, an M.F.A. in Directing from Florida State University and is a member of The Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA) and the Stage Directors and Choreographers union (SDC).