He has been on the front cover of Time Out, had a Who's Who listing since 2007, is on the Artistic Advisory Committee of the Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art, has Spoken on the Arts at the Oxford University Union and on BBC TV and Radio.
Jonathan is currently working on the text of a new music theatre premiere by Stewart Copeland, founder member of The Police and developing a cinema release Anglo American feature film.
See the interview with Stewart Copeland and Jonathan below...
He is also planning a new site specific, immersive performance project with Ludovico Einaudi.
"Here was a play which introduced us to a generation." Time Out Front Cover article and interview
"The involvement of Jonathan Moore always brings the promise of an original production." The Independent
"A resounding, unanimous triumph... riveting total theatre." The Sunday Times
"Jonathan Moore is an artist of the highest rank." Gabriel Byrne
"A theatrical firecracker - Jonathan Moore is astonishing." The Independent
"Moore's powerful performance." Spectator
"One of the most powerful, original, and talented creative artists of his generation." Paul Gallagher, Dangerous Minds
"Jonathan Moore is an artist of outstanding ability." Sir James MacMillan
"A power of feeling rare in contemporary writing." The Guardian
"The best director on the planet" Stewart Copeland
"A fine performance from Jonathan Moore. He expertly keeps the audience in his hand." Metro
"A singular voice for his generation." Time Out
"A director of real genius" Hans Werner Henze
"Moore's virtuoso performance" Daily Express
"Moore is a highly accomplished dramatic craftsman" London Evening Standard
"works with thrilling force... a scaldingly intense piece of musical theatre." Sunday Times
"The most exciting new opera London has seen for years... Moore's production is direct, spectacular, inescapable." London Evening Standard
"Tarantino meets Jacobean tragedy is a brief summary of Jonathan Moore's vibrant new production(of "Revenger's Tragedy"). Moore's brilliant conception supplies endless visual delights. This is a vividly exciting piece of theatre." The Stage
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