JUBILITH MOORE is a performer, director, writer, teaching artist and producer for the theatre and has devoted her professional life to exploring the ongoing life of traditional Japanese and contemporary American theatre. She has studied noh with Richard Emmert, Akira Matsui, Shiro Nomura and Kinue Oshima and kyogen with Yukio Ishida and Yuriko Doi. She is a Founding Company Member of Theatre Nohgaku and was Artistic Director of Theatre of Yugen from 2001 to 2014. Noteworthy roles are the Old Man in At the Hawk's Well, the waki in Greg Giovanni’s Pine Barrens; the waki in Jannette Cheong’s Pagoda; and Judy, the waki in Deborah Brevoort’s Blue Moon Over Memphis. Recently for the company she directed the world premiere of Carrie Preston’s Zahdi Dates and Poppies. She is the recipient of a Japan Foundation Fellowship, TBA’s CA$H award as well as TCG’s Future Collaborations and Leadership U[niversity] grants.