Robert Moore

"Jonny is the guy in school that is standing against the wall at prom, silently judging everyone with a smile on his face." - Robert

Robert is making his third appearance at OpenStage Theatre in The Mystery of Love and Sex. His first appearance was as Avery in The Flick by Annie Baker. He studied Acting at the Webster University Conservatory in St. Louis, Missouri, and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy at the University of Missouri – Kansas City. Robert is an educator and helps coordinate the drama productions at Loveland Classical Schools, including such shows as Frankenstein, The Mousetrap, Buckshot and Blossoms and The Invisible Man.

The Mystery of Love and Sex

By Bathsheba Doran | Directed by Corinne Wieben 

“By the end you may feel giddy, as if you’d just stepped off a whirling theme-park ride.” The New York Times

Deep in the American South, Charlotte and Jonny have been best friends since they were nine. She’s Jewish, he’s Christian; he’s black, she’s white. Charlotte and Jonny definitely love each other - but not that way . . . or maybe that way. They might be moving in together. They might be getting married after college. Also, they both might be gay. Or bisexual. A compelling story of intricate relationships, The Mystery of Love and Sex is an explosive and contemporary look at race, sexual identity, and family dynamics. Contains mature language and themes.

September 14 - October 6

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