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Described by The London Times as “marvellously intense,” David Adam Moore is known for his chameleon-like ability to inhabit a wide array of characters. His work as a performer draws from an unusual combination of acting training under first-generation students of Sanford Meisner and Marcel Marceau, along with vocal training and mentorship from Patricia McCaffrey and the late Richard Miller. He can be seen on stages and screens throughout the world in opera, concert, musical theater, and film, showcasing a mercurial artistry that transcends the conventional boundaries of classical performance.

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