Unpacking the expectations of how theatre can be made.
Jeffrey Mosser is a theatre-maker and Founder/Core Member of Project: Project Theatre Ensemble – a devising theatre company dedicated to ensemble-based storytelling that blends scripted material with improvisation in site-specific/non-traditional spaces.
In pursuit of better understanding new play creation he has trained with Liz Lerman, Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre, Pig Iron School for Advanced Performance Training, Augusto Boal, ImprovBoston, Dominique Serrand, Giovanni Fusetti, Double Edge Theater, and the inmates from Shakespeare Behind Bars located within a medium-security prison. He has assisted or observed new play development at Lookingglass Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, O’Neill Theater Center, Boston Children’s Theater, and Actors Theatre of Louisville with directors and playwrights including Mary Zimmerman, Jessica Thebus, Anne Bogart, Kirk Lynn, David Catlin, Aaron Posner, Israel Hicks, and Sean Daniels.
Jeffrey is an MFA Directing Candidate at Northwestern University, the Education Manager at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and a hobbyist pumpkin carver — two of which are on his resume.