MOISES KAUFMAN (Writer) is the founder and Artistic Director of Tectonic Theater Project. With Tectonic he has directed Marlowe's Eye by Naomi Iizuka (Theatre at St. Clement's); the world premiere of Now Be Witness Again, a music-theatre piece composed by Peter Golub (Merkin Concert Hall); Franz Xaver Kroetz's The Nest (Theatre for the New City), chosen by the Village Voice as one of the top ten productions of the 1994-95 season; Women in Beckett, the entire collection of Samuel Beckett short plays for women (Theatre for the New City); and A Remarkable Stillness, his adaptation of Benjamin Britten's cantata "Rejoice in the Lamb" (Bennington College). In addition to The Laramie Project, Mr. Kaufman wrote the critically acclaimed, The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde. Other directing credits include Endgame by Samuel Beckett, Machinal by Sophie Teadwell; and In the Winter of Cities by Tennessee Williams (all at the Frederick Loewe Theatre). A retrospective of Mr. Kaufman's work was presented at the Consulate General of Venezuela in 1993. He teaches directing at the 42nd Street Collective. He is the winner of the 1997 Joe A. Callaway Award for excellence in the craft of direction and choreography, given by the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation.

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