Bio

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Brigham Mosley

Brigham is a writer/performer/sometime drag queen.  His work has been described as "if the Rude Mechs had a love child with Taylor Mac (or Daniel Alexander Jones), and then named Young Jean Lee the godmother." which he is V into.

Locally, he's researching and developing a piece on journalism for the Dallas Morning News (commissioned by Ignite Arts Dallas), as well as continuing his drag-musical series, Movies That Should Be Musicals.

Brigham was a 2013 Performing Beyond Limits resident at NYC's The New Museum, as well as a member of the 2015 Dallas Theater Center Playwrights Workshop.  He is a founding member of Dallas's The Tribe (winner of the 2016 Dallas Observer Mastermind Award) and was named a 2016 Queer Local of the Year by The Dallas Voice.

His work has been produced by PS122, La MaMa, Dixon Place, The New Museum, and many others.  He won the 2010 Kennedy Center regional award for Best One-Act and was a semi-finalist for the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Playwrights Conference in 2016 and 2017.

BRIGHAM MOSLEY RESUME 2018