Director, Choreographer, Performer, Educator
JESSICA LOW is a Seattle based Director, Choreographer, Performer and Educator. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Drama from the University of Washington and is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. Her credits include work with various theatres throughout the Pacific Northwest including The 5th Avenue, Village Theatre, ACT, Seattle Children's Theatre, Sound Theatre Company, Showtunes, ArtsWest and The Bigfork Summer Playhouse. In 2014 Jessica received the Gregory Award for Outstanding Choreography for The Wild Party produced by Sound Theatre Company. In addition, she currently manages the Village Theatre Institute in Everett and is the Director of Singing for Seniors; a division of Naomi Morgan Entertainment.
Jessica Low is a consummate professional who wears many hats in Seattle. As a Director, she brings a clear vision and sharp focus in her story telling that is creatively rewarding. She is sensitive to the needs of each department by trusting and lifting up her team members and designers. As a teacher, she is patient and kind. Interacting with her on both a professional and personal level is nothing short of delightful.
-Brandon Peck (Music Director, Teaching Artist)
I have had the privilege of working with Jessica in many shows over the years. As a director/choreographer she is incredibly creative and manages to add moments of genius humor to every production. Any show in which she is involved is pure gold. She is also the most organized and prepared artist I know, a trait that is highly appreciated by everyone involved in the production, and she is overall a delight to work with!
-Natalie Moe (Actor)
Jessica Low is an absolutely wonderful, inventive, and caring director to work with. She understands and anticipates problems of both the actors and designers. Very often when I have worked with her, we arrive ready for tech days before tech actually begins. Watching her work with adult professionals and student actors is a treat. Being a fantastic and effortlessly brilliant actor herself, she is already in the mind of her cast and can easily communicate to actors in a way they will understand and take her notes to heart. Furthermore, I thoroughly enjoy working with her as a choreographer. Because she has the mind of a director and a musician, her choreography is never contrived or self glorifying but always serves the story, the music, and the show as a whole. I love working with Jessica as an actress, choreographer and director. She is truly a force to be reckoned with and a gem of the Seattle musical theater scene.
-Michael Nutting (Music Director, Teaching Artist)