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Jessica Boone (born May 14, 1984 in La Porte, Texas) is an American actress with extensive experience in Shakespeare and musical theatre. She has been a leading player with Prague Shakespeare Festival and Houston Shakespeare Festival where her roles have included Rosalind, Juliet, Helena, Regan, Thaisa, and Innogen among others. She is also an accomplished voice actress in anime voice-over, working for ADV Films and Seraphim Digital. She lives in Prague, Czech Republic, and has occasionally returned to the Houston, Texas area.
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Hamlet - Ophelia (Prague Shakespeare Festival - October 2012)
Richard III - Lady Anne (Prague Shakespeare Festival/Main Street Theater - April 2012 in Houston and Prague)
The Coast of Utopia: Salvage - Natasha (Main Street Theater)
The Coast of Utopia: Shipwreck - Natasha (Main Street Theater)
As You Like It - Rosalind (Prague Shakespeare Festival/Krumlov Shakespeare Festival)
As You Like It - Rosalind (Prague Shakespeare Festival/Classical Theatre Company in Houston and Prague)
King Lear - Regan (Prague Shakespeare Festival/Classical Theatre Company in Houston and Prague)
A Midsummer Night's Dream - Helena (Houston Shakespeare Festival)
"Prague Shakespeare Festival". Vršovice Photo Diary. Blogspot.com. 2011-05-20. - "In what was an exceptionally strong company performance, particular credit must go to director Guy Roberts, doubling as old Adam and the melancholy Jacques, and to Jessica Boone in her debut with the PSF as Rosalind."