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Senior Spotlight: Jordan Webster-Moore

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February 2017


Jordan Webster-Moore is no stranger to the St. Ambrose stage! Most recently he has played Flat Stanley in our children's show The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, along with countless other roles.

Webster-Moore also recently made it into the final round for the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Competition, placing him in the top 16 in the competition in the Midwest! Webster-Moore may not have come to Ambrose for theatre, but boy are we glad he changed his mind. Let's learn more about our featured senior!

Major: Theatre

What is your favorite Role you have played at St. Ambrose? Brian Dowd in Jerry Finnegan's Sister.

As an actor, what is your dream role? Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls.

What initially drew you to St. Ambrose? I actually came to Ambrose on a full tuition academic scholarship to study Biology and Chemistry to prepare for medical school. That has all since changed with my new true passion found in Theatre.

What is your favorite memory from your time spent here at St. Ambrose? Performing in the finals for the Irene Ryan Regional acting competition this year at the American College Theatre Festival.

Any advice you would like to share? When people tell you your whole life that you are great at something and you have a huge passion for it, listen to them when they say that you should make it your career. I waited too long in my life to switch to pursuing Theatre. I have always loved it but thought that I wouldn't be able to do it for a living. I've learned that if you love something enough and are willing to work hard for it, you can do anything with your life.

What are some of your plans for the future? After graduating this May, I want to audition for summer professional theatre companies and hopefully get hired as a performer or even a technician!

Thank you for sharing your time and talents with the St. Ambrose theatre department Jordan. Break a leg on your upcoming performance in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (Revised), and we can‘t wait to hear what the future has in store for you!

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