Douglas Moser has spent 30 years as a professional theatre director, frequently making his living as a writer. He most recently directed the world premiere of Mary Ann Frank’s acclaimed one-woman show “Spinning” at the Long Wharf Theatre. His adaptation of “A Christmas Carol” won the Connecticut Critics’ Circle Award for its performance at the Westport Country Playhouse. He made his opera debut directing Paula M. Kimper and Wende Person’s groundbreaking opera “Patience & Sarah” from workshop to its world premier at Lincoln Center. His film “Glacier Bay,” starring James Noble (“the Governor” from TVs Benson) and Dorothy Bryce won several film festival awards.
He is currently refining his novels Kitty Boy, and James & Jim as well as countless short stories, articles, and memoir pieces. As a memoirist his works have been published in Echo Literary Magazine and Peculiar, an LGBT Literary Magazine.