The Whistleblower
by Itamar Moses
directed by Casey Stangl
April 24, 2015 - April 24, 2015

2015 Pacific Playwrights Festival

The stakes are high and the outcome uncertain when a writer walks out on a potentially socko TV show—and tries to rewrite the life he left behind. But the truth could ruin everything.

An $80 package to see all four readings and Theatre Movement Bazaar's Big Shot: A.K.A. This is not The Godfather (in the Nicholas Studio) is available online, or by calling the Box Office at (714) 708-5555. This package is available to SCR Super Subscribers for $70—only by phone.

Theatre professionals: please contact Andrew Knight ([email protected]) at (714) 708-5062 for industry packages and more information. Or, for your convenience, download a PDF registration form.

Itamar Moses is the author of the full-length plays Outrage, Bach at Leipzig, Celebrity Row, The Four of Us, Yellowjackets, Back Back Back, Completeness and The Whistleblower, the musicals Nobody Loves You (with Gaby Alter), and Fortress of Solitude (with Michael Friedman), and the evening of short plays Love/Stories (Or But You Will Get Used to It). His work has appeared off-Broadway and elsewhere in New York, at regional theatres across the country and in Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, and Venezuela, and is published by Faber & Faber and Samuel French. He has received new play commissions from McCarter Theatre Center, Playwrights Horizons, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Wilma Theater, SCR, Manhattan Theatre Club, Lincoln Center Theater and Goodman Theatre. On television, Moses has written for both TNT’s "Men of a Certain Age" and HBO’s "Boardwalk Empire." He holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU and has taught playwriting at Yale and NYU. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild and is a New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspect. Born in Berkeley, CA, he now lives in Brooklyn, NY.
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