Matt Moses

Matt’s latest play, The Cloud, is currently being developed by the Iama Theater Company in L.A. and the Slant Theater Company in NYC.

His play Pamela Precious, A Balls Out Love Story was named one of the best new plays of the year by the New Haven Advocate. The Bedtrick was produced in translation at the American Theatre Festival in Santiago, Chile. It was an L. Arnold Weissberger Award nominee and a semifinalist for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. The Emperor of Ice Cream or Thirteen Ways of Looking at Donald Rumsfeld was produced by the Hangar Theater. Daniella Uses Dirty Words was produced by the Abingdon Theater.

He's currently adapting his play We Have Some Children into an opera with composer Greg Samothrakis and director Dan Rigazzi.

Other plays include a musical, The Do-Over, which was seen at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and Yale Cabaret, a solo piece, "Drop Dead Matthew Moses” (Yale Cabaret), The Inconvenience of Grief and an adaptation/translation of Sophocles’ Electra.

Matt performs every Friday night at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater with the house improv group The Law Firm.

He has an MFA in playwriting from the Yale School of Drama, where he received the Eugene O’Neill Memorial Scholarship and the ASCAP Cole Porter Prize.

Matt is originally from the Bay Ridge and Marine Park neighborhoods of Brooklyn, NY.