Shiver: A Fairytale of Anxious Proportions1
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.”
Turtles by John Greiner-Ferris
Boston Public Works, Boston, MA, November 2014
A family clings together in the presence of Jesus’ second-coming.
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.
The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow
Arlington Friends of the Drama, Arlington, MA, January 2013
A lo-fi, hi-energy satirical adaptation of Hitchcock’s classic thriller.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard
The Footlight Club, Jamaica Plain, MA, September 2011
“We cross our bridges when we come to them and burn them behind us, with nothing to show for our progress except a memory of the smell of smoke, and a presumption that once our eyes watered.”
T: An MBTA Musical by Melissa Carubia and Michael Manship
American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, July 2012
An immersive musical romp about Boston’s best and worst transit line.
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.