Corianna Moffat

Corianna Moffat is a Boston based theatre artist originally from Nashville, TN. She has directed several short plays around the area as well as the full length shows The Last Confession of Virgin Maria by Phillip Berman and The Inside by Lydia R. Diamond, adapted by Tasia A. Jones. Other recent projects include touring New England with Ariel Artists The Four Quartets: Variations, an experimental physical and vocal meditation on the poems of the same name by T.S. Eliot. She is a founding member of Free Hands, a puppet troupe whose works include The Three Blessed Brothers, a new Appalachian folktale, and The First Person To Consider The Sun, a shadow puppet fable. Corianna is the Associate Producer for the playwright development company Playwrights Commons, and has a BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University. She is the New England Representative for the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas.