Visiting Artist in Residence
Academic Program Affiliation(s): Theater and Performance
Biography:Jubilith Moore is a performer, director, writer, teaching artist, and producer, who has extensive training in traditional Japanese and contemporary American theater. She studies shimai (dance) and utai (chant) with Kinue Oshima and Richard Emmert, and has also trained in komai (dance), kyogen (comic performance), and kotsuzumi (drum). Moore has served as master instructor in noh training at Hampden-Sydney College and as guest teaching artist and lecturer at Willamette University, San Francisco State University, Towson University, Vassar College, and the Center X Center Theatre Festival in Kigali, Rwanda. She has been artist in residence at San Francisco School of the Arts and International Schools Theatre Association, and is a founding member of Theatre Nohgaku, an international ensemble that has performed throughout the United States and Europe. Honors include, among others, the 2020 Della Davidson Prize, Dresher Ensemble Artist Residency, Theatre Bay Area CA$H | Creates Award, and a Japan Foundation Fellowship for travel to Japan to research noh and kyogen.
BA, Bard College. Additional training in Japanese dance, chant, performance, and drum. At Bard since 2021.
Location: Fisher Center for the Performing Arts