Tyler Moss: About the Artist

 

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Tyler Moss is the Artistic Director of The Shakespeare Forum. Tyler teaches classes in both Shakespeare and Clown for all levels and abilities. He is committed to the growth of his students, both as performers and people. In training, Tyler had the opportunity to study from the likes of Dean Irby, Larry Pisoni, Hovey Burgess, Mark Gindick, Dick Monday, and Tiffany Riley. These instilled in him a love of performance and teaching, something he believes should go hand in hand. He believes that every show, every rehearsal, and every audition should be as beneficial to the performer as every class. Regional Credits: Cyrano in Cyrano de Bergerac; Benedick in Much Ado about Nothing; Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Warwick in Henry VI, Part 3; Dromio of Ephesus in The Comedy of Errors; Ariel in Return to the Forbidden Planet (All at American Shakespeare Center).  NYC Credits: Malcolm in 1st Witch, 2nd Witch, 3rd Witch (Chashama); Feste in Twelfth Night (Hip-to-Hip Prod.); Iachimo in Cymbeline (Bare Shakespeare); The Dancer in The Last Word (UniVerses); Harry Fatt inWaiting for Lefty (The Seeing Place Theater); Won  “Excellence in Acting” award from FringeNYC as Jameson Parks in Terror Superhighway.

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