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Molly Moores is an independent Acting Coach for actors of all ages. She helps students select monologues for auditions and coaches monologue audition performances. Molly teaches acting technique, strengthens character choices, offers helpful audition tips, and builds confidence. Her students are often auditioning for arts high schools, university theatre departments, graduate school acting programs, or amateur or professional theaters. Molly coaches classical, contemporary and musical theatre auditions. Molly also coaches film and commercial acting for children. She has worked for Silver Hills Pictures LLC as a children’s acting coach.

“My first time coaching with Molly, I hadn't done a Shakespearean monologue in about 10 years, so I was very rusty. I dug out an old monologue and after two sessions, not only was my monologue ready, but it was better than before and got me the job I was after! She's kind, funny, generous and passionate about her craft and will delve deeply into your audition piece and discover things that you didn't even know were there. I highly recommend Molly!!”
--A.R. age 44
“Molly Moores is an amazing acting coach. She goes above and beyond and helped my son Charlie (age 16) book his first equity job at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in DC. She prepared him not only for the role he was called for but another role she thought he would be better for - she was right and he ended up getting that role! Charlie loves working with her and doesn’t feel prepared for an audition until he has met with Molly.”
--Charlie’s mom
“I have about 20 years of acting experience. I contacted Molly because I wanted to work on my audition skills, specifically with regards to performing Shakespeare. Molly structured the lesson with a mix of exploration through performance, text analysis skills and a methodology to develop and explore a character. Molly brought a love for the acting process and thorough knowledge of the material to our session. I highly recommend working with Molly for acting coaching. She has passion and respect for the craft and teaches it in a way that is disciplined, spontaneous and fun.”
-–Mike, age 48
“Molly was my director at Young Actors Theatre when I was twelve. I loved working with her so much that I asked her to give me private acting coaching. She helped me expand my knowledge on acting and gave me more confidence in my abilities along the way. Molly left me with wonderful resources to better my acting and she continues to advise me to this day. She is a very caring and kind person which makes her a pleasure to work with”.
-–Nikki, age 19