Jeffrey B. Moss, director, directed the fabulous Eartha Kitt in the critically acclaimed Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill in Chicago and the premiere of John Nassivera's The Jazz Club for the Coconut Grove Playhouse. He also directed the New York hit musical Mayor, the Broadway-bound production of the Strouse and Adams musical Golden Boy and the off-Broadway production of the Cy Coleman/Neil Simon musical Little Me. His production of The Sunshine Boys starring Mickey Rooney and Donald O'Connor delighted audiences from coast to coast. His work This Joint Is Jumpin' has been featured with such prestigious orchestras as The Philadelphia Pops, The Hartford Pops, and The New Orleans Pops. He was the director of the New York and Kennedy Center productions of Some Enchanted Evening and also directed the stage and television productions of Barry Manilow's musical The Drunkard starring Tom Bosley.
He directs plays and musicals (The Rothschilds, Ali, Side By Side By Sondheim) for many leading regional and stock theaters, including The McCarter Theater, The Coconut Grove Playhouse, Falmouth Playhouse, The Cape Playhouse, The John Drew Playhouse and The American Stage Company, and created a new production of The Pirates of Penzance for the SS Leeward.
Industrial shows include the Kodel Show, The Fashion Medal of Honor Awards at Carnegie Hall, New York Life's 150th Anniversary Celebration at Radio City Music Hall, The Radio-Mercury Awards and The Keystone Kafe for the Pennsylvania Lottery. For several years, he created the production shows for the famed King Cole Room, including This Must Be Love and Hooray For Hollywood.
Each season, his touring Broadway musicals (including Annie Get Your Gun, The Music Man, My Fair Lady, Peter Pan, Hello, Dolly!, A Chorus Line, 42nd Street, On The Twentieth Century and Annie) play in theaters across the country and in Canada. Many of these musicals also have traveled to Southeast Asia and have played in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Manila and Korea. Mr. Moss directed the first American musical production in Mainland China, Red Hot!, and the world premiere of Cole Porter's Aladdin in Singapore.
In addition to directing, Mr. Moss's scenic and costume designs have been seen on Broadway and on network television. He is listed in Who's Who in American Entertainment.
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