Matt Moses is a playwright and performer. His play Pamela Precious, A Balls Out Love Story, was called "the first great comedy of the Obama era" and named one of the best new plays of the year by the New Haven Advocate. The Bedtrick was produced in translation at the 2010 American Theater Festival in Santiago, Chile. The Emperor of Ice Cream or Thirteen Ways of Looking at Donald Rumsfeld was produced by the Hangar Theater and published in The Best Men's Stage Monologues of 2008. Daniella Uses Dirty Words was produced by the Abingdon Theater. Other plays include a musical, The Do-Over, which was seen at UCB and Yale Cabaret, a solo piece, "Drop Dead Matthew Moses" (Yale Cabaret), The Inconvenience of Grief, and We Have Some Children. Matt performs every Friday night with The Law Firm (Time Out New York critics pick). He's worked at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Vh1's Best Week Ever, Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, MTV's Made as well as other shows. MFA in playwriting from Yale School of Drama. Eugene O'Neill Memorial Scholarship. ASCAP Cole Porter Prize.