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Philip Moeller

 
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Date of Death:

Birth Place: New York, NY, USA

Stage Credits

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[Broadway, 1937]
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Productions

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Philip Moeller News

Desert Rose Theatre Closes SHAKESPEARE IN SHORTS, 11/6
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2010

The award-winning Desert Rose Theatre triumphantly returns to Mesa this fall with a duet of one-act plays inspired by William Shakespeare and directed by DRT founder, Katherine Stewart. The collection is being called ‚ÄėShakespeare in Shorts' and features George Bernard Shaw's witty ‚ÄėDark Lady of the Sonnets' and the totally irreverent ‚ÄėRoadhouse in Arden' by Philip Moeller.

Desert Rose Theatre Returns with SHAKESPEARE IN SHORTS, 10/21-11/6
by BWW News Desk - Oct 21, 2010

The award-winning Desert Rose Theatre triumphantly returns to Mesa this fall with a duet of one-act plays inspired by William Shakespeare and directed by DRT founder, Katherine Stewart. The collection is being called ‚ÄėShakespeare in Shorts' and features George Bernard Shaw's witty ‚ÄėDark Lady of the Sonnets' and the totally irreverent ‚ÄėRoadhouse in Arden' by Philip Moeller.

Desert Rose Theatre Returns with SHAKESPEARE IN SHORTS, 10/21-11/6
by Lauren Wolman - Oct 10, 2010

The award-winning Desert Rose Theatre triumphantly returns to Mesa this fall with a duet of one-act plays inspired by William Shakespeare and directed by DRT founder, Katherine Stewart. The collection is being called ‚ÄėShakespeare in Shorts' and features George Bernard Shaw's witty ‚ÄėDark Lady of the Sonnets' and the totally irreverent ‚ÄėRoadhouse in Arden' by Philip Moeller.


Philip Moeller Frequently Asked Questions

How many shows has Philip Moeller written?
Philip Moeller has written 8 shows including Two Blind Beggars and One Less Blind (Playwright), Helena's Husband (Playwright), The Roadhouse in Arden, 1616-1916 (Playwright), Sisters of Susanne (Playwright), The Beautiful Legend of Pokey (Playwright), Madame Sand (Playwright), Moliere (Playwright), Sophie (Playwright).