Jordan Sobel is an actor, percussionist, fight designer, and teaching artist hailing from San Diego, California. Jordan has had the pleasure of performing in New York City and regionally in cities such as Boston, Chicago, Sarasota, and Fort Worth with companies such as The American Repertory Theatre, Huntington Theatre, and The Asolo Rep, including regional and world premieres.
REGIONALLY: Disgraced (dir. Michael Donald Edwards); All The Way (dir. Emily Sophia Knapp); Josephine (dir. Joey McKneely); Twelfth Night (dir. Jen Wineman) all at The Asolo Rep; The Donkey Show (A.R.T., dir. Diane Paulus); Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Riverside Theatre Works, dir. Jeff Kubiatowicz); The Corn Is Green (Huntington Theatre, dir. Nicholas Martin); Macbeth, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare Now, dir. David Gram); and more.
As a percussionist and a performer, Jordan has devised music for projects ranging from rock musicals to Shakespeare. With over 20 years of experience playing rock, jazz, and funk, Jordan is always looking to make more music. Check out Entomo, a Beatles Rock and Roll Fantasy based on Euripides' Bacchae!
Jordan played Ice Hockey for 16 years all over North America and has since developed a fascination for all forms of physical theatre, especially stage combat. Jordan has designed fights and fight captained for shows in New York, Boston, and Sarasota.
Jordan is a teaching artist and acting coach having served as an adjunct faculty member at The University of South Florida. Jordan has taught Shakespeare across the country in cities all over New England and Florida. Click here to learn about Jordan's teaching experience.
Jordan holds an M.F.A in Acting from The FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training at The Asolo Rep, and a B.A. in English with a Theatre Minor from Boston University.