Eric Moore

Artistic Associate

Eric Moore is an Atlanta, Georgia native.  His is an accomplished vocalist and actor.  Eric began professionally singing in 1986 and has worked extensively as a vocalist, musical director, songwriter, and music producer.  His style is versatile and can blend into traditional, contemporary, jazz, holy hip-hop and bluegrass.  Eric began his professional acting career in 1995 by landing a role in Theatrical Outfit’s musical production of “Cotton Patch Gospel” directed by Tom Key. This production would be the first of many productions in Eric’s career.

Eric has appeared in a host of local and national theater productions.  He has performed with a variety of ensembles and portrayed a wide range of roles in such productions as The Wilson Picket Project(The Wilson Picket Foundation) Jesus Christ Superstar (Alliance Theatre); Once on This Island (Aurora Theatre); Big River (Theatrical Outfit); Godspell (Theatrical Outfit); Man of La Mancha (Alabama Shakespeare Festival / Montgomery, AL); To Kill a Mockingbird (ASF / AL); Mahalia, a Gospel Musical (Theatrical Outfit); Lost Highways(Theatrical Outfit); Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Theatrical Outfit & Atlanta Lyric); Tambourines To Glory (True Colors Theatre /Atlanta & Washington, D.C.); Five Guys Named Moe and Hometown Holidays (Aurora Theatre); I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change(Horizon Theater); Cotton Patch Gospel (Theatrical Outfit, Alliance, Rialto Theater and Georgia Ensemble Theatre); A Christmas Carol(Alliance Theater & ASF / Montgomery, AL); Christmas Gathering (ART Station); Merry Wives of Windsor (Fourteen Street Playhouse);King of Glory (Green Pastures Christian Church); and I Can Do Bad, All By Myself (Tyler Perry Productions /Illinois & Tennessee).

Eric has appeared on local and national television, radio broadcasts, as well as commercials including, but not limited to Trinity Broadcast Network Praise the Lord, Candi Stanton Say Yes, Black Entertainment Television The Bobby Jones Show, FOX 5 NetworkGood Day Atlanta, Home Depot Industrial Film, Star Cable Network Commercial, O’Charley’s Restaurant Commercial, The Southern Company Commercial, Herren’s Restaurant Documentary and TV 57 Babbie’s House. Other musical credits include vocalist for the 2005 and 2006 Peachtree Road Race, 2004 Olympic Torch Relay Celebration, Abbey Awards, First Night Atlanta, 1996 Summer Olympics, and The High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

Eric has received a number of honors and awards which include:  2009 Suzi Bass Nominee for Featured Actor in a Musical – Big Riverand Nominee for Ensemble in a Musical – Once on the Island; 2008 Suzi Bass Award for Outstand Feature Actor in a Musical – Godspell; 2006 Suzi Bass Nominee for Featured Actor in a Musical – Cotton Patch Gospel; 2005 Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards Nominee Best Male Vocalist; 2003 Gospel Music Association Seminar Vocal Finalist (Estes Parks, Colorado); Babbie Mason’s 2003 Music Seminar Grand Prize Winner, 1st place Vocalist & 3rd place Songwriter; Gospel Today Magazine’s 2002 Artist Showcase; 1998 & 2002 Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards Nominee for Best New Artist and 1998 & 1999 Babbie Mason’s Annual Music Seminar Finalist.

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