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March 2018 As the fiery, effervescent Charlotte Purcell, Jessica lit up the stage in Infinite Variety Production's iteration of These Shining Lives. More performances of this heartbreaking tale of the 1920s employees of Radium Dial in Ottawa, Illinois to come in April; tickets HERE.

Jessica also appeared as Miranda in Drunk Restoration Comedy's performance of The Mock Tempest, a parody of a parody of Shakespeare's classic.

February 2018 Jessica had a blast completing UCB's Improv 301, taught by John William Timothy. She also performed in Drunk Restoration Comedy's original classical adaptation of Groundhog Day.

January 2018 As part of the One Minute Indie Play Festival at the New Ohio Theatre, Jessica performed in nine one minute pieces contemplating existentialism and boy was that a strange combination of contemplative and inspiring.

December 2017 Catch Jessica in Green Space's Take Root Dance Festival on December 8th and 9th. She is a member of the company of Pullman Car Hiawatha, an original reimagining of Thornton Wilder's classic one act play. Megan Doyle, Courtney Laine Self and Stephen Cyr lead the devising company in this physical theatre and contemporary dance piece. Tickets and more information HERE.

Jessica was honoured to be nominated by Broadway World readers for "Best Actress in a Play" for her summertime performance as Chick Boyle in Bristol Valley Theatre's Crimes of the Heart.

November 2017 Jessica shouted and drank her way through Drunk Restoration's original classical adaptation of Meaneth Girls: or the Tragedy of Regina George as the limitless Cady Heron.

October 2017 Jessica thrilled audiences with her pithy performance as Hellena in a remixed version of The Rover at IRT. This production was part of Random Access Theatre's HerStory series.

July 2017 If you find yourself in upstate New York, check out Jessica as Chick Boyle in Bristol Valley Theatre's production of Crimes of the Heart. Information and tickets HERE.

June 2017 After appearing as Princess Leia in Drunk Restoration Comedy's The Empire Striketh Back, Jessica is heading north to Naples, NY, to work on Crimes of the Heart with Bristol Valley Theatre.  

May 2017 Come see Jessica as the titular character in a scarily relevant adaptation of Antigone with Random Access Theatre. Tickets and more information HERE.

Audiences called the acting "masterful and riveting," and the production a "refreshing, updated, emotionally intense version of this Greek classic."

March 2017 As Act V Viola, Jessica had the privilege of joining the Bottoms Dream company to close out Five Ways Shakespeare's Twelfth Night at the 2017 New York Shakespeare Convention in Manhattan.

Jessica has also accepted the titular role in Random Access Theatre's upcoming production of Antigone.

February 2017 Jessica had an unforgettable experience playing Cecily Cardew for the second time in Savannah, Georgia, with Savannah Repertory.  

She also performed in the Motor Company's third annual Intimate Bar Plays, a site specific performance piece that bounces around the Treehouse Bar in the West Village.

Jessica also completed her NASM personal trainer certification.

December 2016 Jessica has accepted the role of Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest with Savannah Repertory Theatre, which will be performed in Georgia in February 2017.

She also played "Barb" Cratchit in Random Access Theatre Drunk Restoration's A Christmas Carol.

November 2016 Jessica played the titular role in a staged reading of the new original musical Fanny Campbell: The Female Pirate Captain at the Drama League, with Random Access Theatre.

October 2016 Jessica completed her run as Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest. Theatre is Easy said of her performance "Jessica Mosher positively twinkles with adolescent charm as Cecily Cardew," and the Queens Chronicle dubbed her interpretation "enthusiastic."

Jessica also performed in an extremely limited run of PINWHEEL! A New Musical, reprising her role as The Lady Friend at the John DeSotelle Theatre.

August 2016 Jessica played Hellena in The Rover, Random Access Theatre's final iteration of their Drunk Restoration Comedy series.  She also had the thrilling opportunity to read the role of Dusty in the Random Access Workshop's primary developmental read of We are the Gods.

Jessica is also pleased to announce that she's been cast as Cecily in the Instigators' production of The Importance of Being Earnest, playing in October at the Secret Theatre in Queens.

June 2016 Jessica collaborated with the phenomenal Lauren Toub on her new headshots, with makeup by the incomparable Brad Laskey.

May 2016 Jessica continued to assist in the development of Unturning, a new original musical with Random Access Theatre. She has also begun her season of summer softball in the Broadway Show League - Go Buchwald!

May also saw the presentation of the original work The Nancy Project as part of Red Caravan Reads.  Jessica and the company performed the first third of the new, movement based historical fiction about Nancy Wake to a crowd of friends and industry contacts.

April 2016 Before jetting off to Thailand, Jessica participated in One-on-One's Advanced Industry workshop. Two weeks of meeting and working with cutting edge casting directors, independent film directors, agents and managers provided her with a lot of inspiration and some fantastic direction.

March 2016 Jessica assisted a small team of brilliant minds in their workshopping of Matthew Minnicino's new play Eden Far Gone with the Everyday Inferno Theatre Company. She also participated in a living room developmental reading of what will become Bottom's Dream Theatre Company's new original fall show, The Bride (an innovative reimagining of Love's Labours Lost and Much Ado About Nothing).  

February 2016  Jessica is pleased to announce that she has officially signed with Calgary, AB based agency Dark Horse Talent for representation in the Great White North.

She returns yet again as The Lady Friend in a staged reading of a new draft of Pinwheel! A New Musical with Random Access Theatre, an also reprised her role as Kate Hardcastle in another iteration of She Stoops to Conquer with Random Access' Drunk Restoration.

November 2015 November marks the second of Random Access' Workshop Readings, in which Jessica assisted in the preliminary development of a new musical titled Unturning, based on the Thomas Hardy novel The Return of the Native.

Jessica also had a phenomenal experience as an actor in the devising company of The Nancy Project, an original physical theatre, ensemble based piece following the life of WWII heroine Nancy Wake.  She was able to escape to Connecticut's Dragon's Egg Artistic Studio with the company in mid-November - an incredibly inspiring and enlightening oasis surrounded by nature and good company.  

October 2015 Pinwheel! A New Musical may have closed in February, but Jessica reprised her role as The Lady Friend in a workshop reading of the most recent draft.  It was wonderful to revisit the piece. Keep an eye on her Media page for excerpts from the soundtrack!

September 2015 After an August full of travel with friends and family, Jessica participated in a staged reading of She Stoops to Conquer as the venerable and spirited Kate Hardcastle.  She also assisted with workshop sessions for two new pieces: Eden Far Gone, a dramatic re-imaging of the life of Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord in Philadelphia (Everyday Inferno Theatre Company), and Everyone is an Astronaut, which is the first of three selected works to be further developed as a part of Random Access' Workshop Readings.

July 2015 Jessica had a blast filming an industrial for contact lenses in New Jersey for AllDocs.

June 2015 Jessica and the cast of Wertenbaker's The Love of the Nightingale (Insomnium Theatre Company) finished a sold out run to positive reviews.  

June also marked the end of her participation in residency at the Drama League, culminating in a final presentation of a portion of a devised adaptation of Alan Lightman's novel, Einstein's Dreams.

Jessica was also chosen to play in the Broadway Softball League's All-Star game; although her team was unfortunately defeated 9-8 a wonderful time was had by all.  

March 2015 Pinwheel! A New Musical completed a successful run with sold out audiences.  The show was featured as an "event you can't miss!" in Time Out New York.  

Jessica recently filmed a commercial for up-and-coming fitness apparel subscription service SWEATSTYLE, as well as the pilot for a new webseries, Almost Vinefamous, in which she plays a spoiled Upper East Side private school girl determined to achieve internet notoriety. Look for it in May 2015.

Jessica has signed on to play Helen in the Insomnium Theatre Company's upcoming production of The Love of the Nightingale, running the 28th-31st of May at the Alchemical Theatre Lab.

January 2015 Jessica is thrilled to officially announce she's joined the cast for the full original production of Pinwheel! A New Musical with Random Access Theatre as The Lady Friend/ The Fast Woman. The show opens in late March and will run until early April at the Alchemical Theatre Lab.

She's also begun Improv 201 at the Upright Citizen's Brigade; her graduation show will be on March 8th at UCBeast.

December 2014 Jessica is entering rehearsals for an upcoming staged reading of Uncle Johnny with Bottoms Dream Theatre Company.  The script is a modern adaptation of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya; Bottoms Dream is known for reinventing classic works and she could not be more thrilled to embark on this journey with them!

November 2014 Jessica spent a wonderful workshop session for a new original musical called Pinwheel!,  reading for two characters who represent opposite ends of the realm of feminine experience in the 1920's.

She's also excited to announce she'll be reading the role of Janine Grace in an upcoming staged reading of a new screenplay in development, Sunrise Highway.

October 2014 Having wrapped episodes of both Mysteries at the Castle, (Travel Channel) and My Crazy Love, (Oxygen Network), Jessica is looking forward to her Improv 101 graduation performance at UCBeast.

September 2014 Jessica and her cast have successfully completed their run of Ibsen's Rosmersholm.  Of her performance, Theatre in the Now said, "The standout star of the production was the rarely seen but brightly [shining] Jessica Mosher as Ms. Helseth, the maid. Mosher made great use of her role, bringing quirkiness to the help."

She's also thrilled to announce that Limbo, the independent TV pilot she was privileged enough to work on in February, has been officially selected to premiere in the 12th Annual International Student Film Festival of Hollywood.

August 2014 Jessica has begun taking improv classes at the Upright Citizen's Brigade.  The graduation show for her Improv 101 class will be at UCBeast on October 11th.

July 2014  Jessica finished a wonderful run of The Taming of the Shrew as a part of Shakespeare at Sunset at Brooklyn Bridge Park with Random Access Theatre Company.  The Brooklyn Daily Eagle said of her performance, "Jessica Mosher of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, who added perhaps the biggest change to the original play with her portrayal of Tranio (usually played by a male), brought the play to life and put a fantastic spin on the story."  

June 2014 Hilarity ensued at the private workshop reading of a new screenplay called Beer Heist by screenwriters Keith Rubin and Tom Sanchez.  Jessica was thrilled to read the role of Hannah, the misunderstood and under-recognized girl next door.  

May 2014 Jessica has just wrapped production of a new pilot for Investigation Discovery called Mansions and Murders, in which she plays a reluctant crime-solving nanny.   Look for it next summer!

April 2014 Jessica completed her heartbreaking turn as Martha in A Piece of my Heart by Shirley Lauro at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.  

On April 21st, Jessica officially graduated from their two year conservatory program, was invited to join the 2014-2015 Academy Company, and was the honoured recipient of the Lawrence Langner Award for Excellence in Voice and Speech.  

March 2014 Production wrapped on the student produced independent TV pilot, Limbo. Jessica plays Rachel, the bow-carrying, arrow-wielding, no-nonsense leader of those who have managed to retain their sanity in the story's version of purgatory.  

June - August 2013 Member of the Apprentice Company at Williamstown Theatre Festival.

June 2012 Graduated with Honours from Queen's University in Kingston, ON Canada with a degree in Drama.