Gregory S. Moss<> is a writer, educator and performer from Newburyport, Mass. His work has been produced at Playwrights Horizons, Soho Repertory Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, La Comédie-Française, Ensemble Studio Theatre-Los Angeles, Clubbed Thumb, Capital T Theatre and South Coast Repertory Theatre, among others. His plays include Indian Summer, punkplay, Reunion, Billy Witch, House of Gold, sixsixsix and others. Moss is a 2012 MacDowell Fellow, an affiliated artist with Clubbed Thumb, a member of SPACE at Ryder Farm’s inaugural Working Farm writers’ group, a Playwrights Center Core Writer, the recipient of a 2010-2011 Jerome Fellowship and the recipient a 2011-2012 McKnight Fellowship. His work is published by The Overlook Press, Dramatists Play Service, Dramatic Publishing, Playscripts, Inc., and in the journals PLAY A JOURNAL OF PLAYS and n+1. Recent productions include the world premiere of Indian Summer at Playwrights Horizons (Time Out New York critics’ pick, 2016 Edgerton Foundation New Play Award winner); the UK premiere of punkplay at The Southwark Theatre; “I Promised Myself to Live Faster”: A Queer Space Opera in the Decadent Style with Pig Iron Theatre Company, the Humana Festival of New American Plays and Actors Theatre of Louisville; Reunion at South Coast Repertory Theatre (named best new play of 2014 by OC Weekly); La Brea at Clubbed Thumb; workshop of House of Gold at La Comédie Française in Paris (Prix du Public winner) and productions at Ensemble Studio Theatre-Los Angeles (Los Angeles Times and LA Weekly critics’ pick) and Square Product Theatre. Moss is currently working on The Untitled Hunter S. Thompson Musical with the La Jolla Playhouse.