Gregory Moss is a writer and performer from Newburyport, Massachusetts.
He holds an M.F.A. from Brown University’s Graduate Playwriting Program. His plays include Reunion, punkplay, The Uses of Enchantment, Billy Witch, and House of Gold.
His work has been developed with or produced by Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, the A.R.T., The Atlantic Center for the Arts, The Empty Space, Playwrights Horizons, PlayPenn, Soho Rep, and New York Theatre Workshop.
His collaborations with filmmaker Roger Warren Beebe have been screened widely at film festivals both in America and abroad.
Gregory is the recipient of a 2010-11 Jerome Fellowship and a 2011-12 McKnight Fellowship. Other awards: 2006-07 Lucille Lortel Playwriting Fellowship, a 2008 Millay Colony Residency, a 2009 Eugene O’Neill Center National Playwrights Conference residency. Gregory is a former member of ars nova’s Playgroup and Soho Rep’s New Writers Lab.
Recent productions include House of Gold (EST - LA), Billy Witch (Studio 42, NY), The Uses of Enchantment (Studio Festival, DC), and The Abducted (Collaboraction, Chicago).
Upcoming productions include Reunion (The Brown/Trinity Playwrights Rep Festival) and The Uses of Enchantment (Workhaus Collective).
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Coming off a celebrated run at the Humana Festival, Pig Iron Theatre Co. brings the rolling World Premiere of I PROMISED MYSELF TO LIVE FASTER, home for a run at FringeArts. The show is directed by Dan Rothenberg with text by Gregory S Moss and Pig Iron Theatre Company. May 22 - May 31. Info HERE.