SubPlus and Artistic Director's Circle/Patrons/Gen PH may book beginning March 14. Subscribers and Friends may book beginning March 21. FlexPass holders/Members may book beginning April 4. Tickets go on sale to the public April 12.
The show runs 2 hours and 10 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission.
★ ★ ★ ★
It’s the right time for Gregory S. Moss’s Indian Summer, a warm and gently breezy new play about teenage love on the Rhode Island seashore.
—Adam Feldman, Time Out New York
Gregory S. Moss has given us a summertime idyll that could keep a theatergoer warm long past Labor Day, quickly winning over his audience (in a thoroughly winning manner) and never losing them.
Tim Sanford: I’m always interested in the story of the birth of a playwright, how it happens. Where do you think it began for you?
Gregory S. Moss: I started out as an actor, as a kid, when I was like seven, doing community theater. A lot of plays with giant puppets in them, a lot of fairy tales. I also did some writing, poems and stuff, along a parallel track. And I continued doing both through college. I was studying Medieval Lit in the day and acting in student-directed [María Irene] Fornes and Sam Shepard plays at night. But separately.