About Molly Moores

Molly Moores is a freelance actor, director, teaching artist, acting coach, and voice over talent.

Molly is a Resident Acting Company member and Teaching Artist at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (CSC) in Baltimore, Maryland. She has appeared in 36 productions at CSC since 2011; including 8 productions of CSC’s annual, A Christmas Carol; and 8 productions of CSC’s Romeo & Julietstudent matinee, which serves about 9,000 students every spring.

Molly has taught workshops and in-school residencies for CSC’s Education Department since 2011. At the CSC Studio, Molly has taught Acting I & Acting III for adults, and Introduction to Performance for youth.

Molly is currently teaching Acting I at Johns Hopkins University, Undergraduate Program in Theatre Arts & Studies for the Fall 2023 semester.

Molly is also a private acting coach. She has coached students of all ages on their auditions for arts high schools, college theatre programs, acting graduate schools, and community and professional theatre. In addition to coaching acting for the stage, Molly has also worked for Silver Hills Pictures LLC as a children’s film acting coach.

Molly is a teaching artist with Arts for Learning Maryland (formerly Young Audiences of Maryland) and has performed her own copyrighted show, “Miss Molly’s Midsummer Night’s Dream,” as an assembly program or workshop for elementary schools across Maryland since 2008.

As for her directing credits, Molly worked as the Assistant Director for As You Like It at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (CSC) and the Children’s Director for CSC’s annual production of A Christmas Carol from 2014-2019. Molly has also directed seven musicals for Young Actors Theatre summer program at McDonough School, 2010-2016: Beauty and the Beast, Joseph and the Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat, Once On This Island, Little Mermaid, Shrek, Into The Woods, and In The Heights. Molly also directed Fiddler on the Roof at Loyola University.

Molly is a professional voice over talent and has voiced narrations, commercials, and the Towson University phone mail system since 2001.

On camera, Molly appears briefly in Netflix’s House of Cards, Season 3, Episode 9 as Woman at the Bar. Molly has also acted in various commercials and industrials.

Molly is a graduate of Loyola University with a BA in Theatre/English, and a graduate of the Studio Acting Conservatory in Washington, D.C.. Molly also received acting training from American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.