Moises Kaufman

The Children's (Shining) Hour (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · Jan 24, 2014

Rent and The Laramie Project rattle some educational institutions' nerves.

The Laramie Project Joins Ford's Theatre's Lincoln Legacy Project
By Hayley Levitt · Sep 30, 2013

Hate crime is spotlighted as the D.C. theater continues its social advocacy.

Gayfest Announces Three Works to be Presented as Part of its Fifth Festival of Plays
By Hayley Levitt · Apr 18, 2013
Moisés Kaufman's Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde joins the festival as a special event at the Dorothy Strelsin Theatre.
Daniel Beaty's The Tallest Tree Will Bloom at La Jolla Playhouse This Fall
By Jessica Juhrend · Feb 13, 2013
Broadway's Moisés Kaufman is set to direct the play about Civil Rights activist Paul Robeson.
Paula Plum to Star in Lyric Stage's 33 Variations
By Andy Propst · Dec 17, 2012
Beethoven comes to life in Tony-nominated drama about famous musicologist.
John Turturro in New Master Builder Part of BAM's 2013 Season
By Brian Scott Lipton · Oct 31, 2012
John Turturro© David Gordon BAM has announced its Winter/Spring 2013 programming.Theatrical highlights include the U.S. premiere of The Suit, a drama about troubled ...
Come Meet The Heiress
By Brian Scott Lipton, Tristan Fuge · Sep 19, 2012
Jessica Chastain, Dan Stevens, David Strathairn, Judith Ivey, and Moises Kaufman tell all about the Broadway revival of the classic drama about a wealthy unmarried woman.