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Moses To Join Rapp & Shinn in Bad Boys of Off Broadway

Itamar Moses will join Adam Rapp and Christopher Shinn for "The Bad Boys of Off Broadway", the first in a series of seminars focused on the culture, business and history of Off Broadway sponsored by The Off Broadway Alliance, on Sunday, February 28, 2010.

The announcement was made today by Peter Breger, chair of The Alliance.

Moses is the author of Bach at Leipzig, produced by New York Theater Workshop, and The Four of Us and Back Back Back, both produced by Manhattan Theater Club. His other works include the full-length plays Outrage, Celebrity Row, Yellowjackets and Completeness, the musicals Reality! (with Gaby Alter) and Fortress of Solitude (with Michael Friedman and Daniel Aukin), and Love/Stories (Or But You Will Get Used To It), a collection of short plays.

"The Bad Boys of Off Broadway" also features Adam Rapp (Red Light Winter, Stone Cold Dead Serious, Essential Self-Defense) and Christopher Shinn (Dying City, Now Or Later, What Didn't Happen). David Cote, theater editor and chief drama critic for Time Out New York, will serve as moderator.

The panel will be held on Sunday, February 28, 2010 from 12:30pm - 2:00pm at The Snapple Theater Center's Jerry Orbach Theater, 210 West 50th Street at Broadway. Admission for the seminar is free, however reservations are a must.

To RSVP for the event, visit before February 26.

Itamar Moses is the author of the full-length plays OUTRAGE, BACH AT LEIPZIG, CELEBRITY ROW, THE FOUR OF US, YELLOWJACKETS, BACK BACK BACK, and COMPLETENESS, the musicals REALITY! (with Gaby Alter), and FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE (with Michael Friedman and Daniel Aukin), and an evening of short plays called LOVE/STORIES (OR BUT YOU WILL GET USED TO IT). His work has appeared Off-Broadway and elsewhere in New York, at regional theatres across the country and in Canada, and is published by Faber & Faber and Samuel French. He has received new play commissions from The McCarter Theater, Playwrights Horizons, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Wilma Theater, South Coast Rep, Manhattan Theatre Club, Lincoln Center, and The Goodman Theatre. Itamar holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU and has taught playwriting at Yale and NYU. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, MCC Playwrights Coalition, and is a New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspect. He was born in Berkeley, CA and now lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Photo credit: Walter McBride

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