Jeffrey Mosser



Jeffrey Mosser is a director based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Currently, he is the Social Media and Community Outreach Director for the Plays for Presidents Festival. The play 44 Plays for 44 Presidents is also his next directing project with Bad Habit Productions.

Jeffrey is a founder of Project: Project — a troupe producing ensemble-created, original stories that combine scripted material with improvisation, in site-specific and non-traditional spaces. Preferring creating to interpreting, they explore and experiment with form, storytelling, and the role of the audience.

He has trained with ImprovBoston, Augusto Boal, Dominique Serrand, Giovanni Fusetti, and inmates from Shakespeare Behind Bars located within a medium-security prison. His ten-minute play Love, Death and Latex was a finalist for the 2012 Heideman Award and has been performed at the Source Festival in Washington D.C. He’s received a Best Director award for T: An MBTA Musical, recently seen at at A.R.T.’s Club Oberon, and a Best Director nomination for Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead at the Footlight Club.

His favorite projects are rooted in collaboration, comedy, and psychology. He believes in the director as a part of the ensemble. He is a hobbyist photographer, videographer, social marketer, and pumpkin carver — most of which are not on his resume.