Gregory S. Moss
Gregory S. Moss is a writer and performer from Newburyport, Massachusetts. His plays includeThe Destroyed Room, Good and Services, The Uses of Enchantment and punkplay. His work has been developed with and produced nationally and internationally by La Comedie Francaise, The A.R.T., The Atlantic Center for the Arts, The Empty Space, Playwrights Horizons, PlayPenn, New York Theatre Workshop and others. He is currently a 2011-2012 McKnight Fellow at The Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis. He is the recipient of a 2006-07 Lucille Lortel Playwriting Fellowship and a 2010-11 Jerome Fellowship. He is a graduate of Brown University's MFA program in Dramatic Writing, and a former member of Soho Rep's Writer/Director's Lab and Ars Nova's Playgroup. His play, punkplay, premiered at Clubbed Thumb, and was recently produced at the Steppenwolf Garage, where it was named one of Time Out's "Top Ten Plays of 2010." Current and upcoming presentations of his work include House of Gold (EST LA and La Comedie Francaise, Paris),The Argument (Interrobang Theatre Project, Chicago), Billy Witch (Studio 42, NY), punkplay (Just Theatre, San Francisco [West Coast Premiere]) and sixsixsix (Old Red Lion, London [world premiere]). Writing and updates are housed at www.gregorysmoss.com.