Director of New Plays Now
Terrence I Mosley is a writer/director born in Chicago, Il. After earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Syracuse University, he worked as an actor in some of Chicago’s most esteemed companies including Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Court Theatre, and Northlight Theatre. As a director, he has worked with the BBC, The Goodman Theatre, and Steppenwolf Theatre Company. He earned a MFA in Directing from Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama where he was a John Wells Fellow. Directing assignments include MILK LIKE SUGAR, MR. MARMALADE, and DEEP KILLER BROWN. He is the playwright of the plays ONE and GILBERT OR FRANK. He is the co-writer of DEEP KILLER BROWN with Melody A. Betts. He aims to build healthier, more equitable, social systems.