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1. A Phobic Folklorist Fugues the F*ck Out by Nina Louise Morrison, Cecelia Raker, Alli Engelsma-Mosser, Louise Hamill, Jeffrey Mosser

Project: Project Theatre Ensemble, Boston, MA, June 2015
What connects the Brothers Grimm, their obscure story, and a phobic folklorist? Fear, love, and the distance between both.
“If you fall in love with ‘can’t,’ can’t can’t love you back.”

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Turtles by John Greiner-Ferris

Boston Public Works, Boston, MA, November 2014

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What are you Doing Here by Max Mondi and Jeffrey Mosser

Project: Project Theatre Ensemble, Boston, MA, November 2012
On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to my sister’s roller derby team even if she said she wasn’t going to be home tonight.
Site-specific and immersive.

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The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow

Arlington Friends of the Drama, Arlington, MA, January 2013

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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard

The Footlight Club, Jamaica Plain, MA, September 2011

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T: An MBTA Musical by Melissa Carubia and Michael Manship

American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, July 2012
An immersive musical romp on Boston’s best and worst transit line.

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Theatre for Two: The Wedding Party by Zach Chotzen-Freund and Jeffrey Mosser

Actors Theatre of Louisville Professional Training Company, Louisville, KY, January 2010
A wedding(-gone-awry) reception hosted at the Intermezzo Cafe. Five tables, ten audience members at a time.

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