Eric Moore is a theatrical artist based in Houston, TX and an advocate for new work. His plays have received productions in Houston and around the country. The most recent of which was his full-length play, THE DEBASERS, that had a workshop production at the University of Houston under the guidance of Theresa Rebeck and won the Edward Albee Playwriting Award. He's had multiple plays selected as finalists for both regional and national awards through the Last Frontier Theatre Conference, Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, and Texas Educational Theatre Association. He's developed new plays with PlayPenn, Curious Theatre Company, and the University of Houston. You can access his (presentable) work on his New Play Exchange profile. In addition to being a play reader for multiple festivals, he is the current Resident Dramaturg and Literary Associate for Rec Room Arts, and Literary Consultant for MonologueBank.com.
He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in Playwriting and Dramaturgy from the University of Houston in 2019.
LIST OF PLAYS
For a full list of plays, visit Eric’s New Play Exchange page.
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|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|COOPER'S BOX - Hollow Woman - Ronan||Eric Moore||
Ronan tries to save his friend from committing a mistake he's all too familiar with.
|THE DEBASERS - I Don't Trust Myself - Clyde||Eric Moore||
Former guitarist reveals why he is scared of rejoining the band he was kicked out of.
|THE DEBASERS - If You Came Back - Heather||Eric Moore||
Heather explains to Clyde why she wants him to join their band again.