Jacqueline Moscou

Jacqueline Moscou (Actress/Director) has been a working artist for more than 27 years. She began her training as a nine-year old at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, graduated from the High School of Performing Arts, and toured Europe and the U.S. during the 1970s with the New York City Street theatre and the Performance Group.

Ms. Moscou is currently the Artistic Director of Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center. She has directed for the Langston Hughes Cultural Arts Center, the Northwest Asian Theatre, and co-founded a professional wing of the Paul Robeson Community Theatre with a highly successful production of the South African play Homeland. She remains an associate artist at Intiman Theatre.

Seattle credits include A Raisin in the Sun, Black Nativity: A Gospel Song Play, Crumbs from the Table of Joy, Having Our Say, Flyin' West, From the Mississippi Delta, Spunk, Blues for an Alabama Sky and A ... My Name is Still Alice.

 

Education: 
Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City
Credits: 

 A Raisin in the Sun, Black Nativity: A Gospel Song Play, Crumbs from the Table of Joy, Having Our Say