Moises Kaufman

Moises  Kaufman
Tectonic Theater Project is his co-founder and artistic director. Kaufman's plays Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde and The Laramie Project (which he co-wrote with members of Tectonic Theater) have been among the most widely seen in the United States in recent years. He's also the creator of the Tony Award-winning play 33 Variations, as well as One Arm (his adaptation of Tennessee Williams' screenplay of the same name), and London Mosquitoes, a short play. Kaufman has directed multiple Broadway plays, including Doug Wright's Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning I Am My Own Wife, for which he received an Obie Award for direction as well as Tony, Outer Critics, Lucille Lortell, and Drama Desk Award nominations.

The Laramie Project was adapted into a film by Kaufman, which premiered on HBO and was a Sundance Film Festival opening night selection in 2002. Kaufman is a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship.