What is your name? Where are you from?
My name is Greg Moss. I’m from Newburyport, Massachusetts originally and lately of Albequerque, New Mexico and New York.
What is the project you’re working on at SPACE?
I’m working an adaptation of Moliere’s Don Juan, which is a story that’s been theatricalized and told in a lot of different ways. It holds a specific interest for me and it seems like there hasn’t been a version of it in a long time, so I’m interested in that.
How have you been spending your time at SPACE?
Divided up between just writing in the mornings, doing a lot of reading and research in the afternoons, and just hanging out with a lot of the other writers in the afternoon. It’s been a real adventure.
What’s coming up next for you?
I have a show called La Brea, which is opening on June 20th with Clubbed Thumb at the Wild Project. And then in March I have a premiere of a show at South Coast Rep. called Reunion.
If you were to be reincarnated as a farm animal, what farm animal would you be?
Ideally, I’d like to be a goat with very heavy duty horns, but I think I probably be a duck in real life.
Interviewed by Elizabeth Lail