(He/Him/His) Alex Moon is a playwright, director, composer, and theatre artist living in New York City. Alex's work began as a high school Freshman in Massachusetts with his first play, Eris' Chain. Since then, he has written and directed multiple new works, dramas, comedies, musicals, one-acts, and short plays. Some of his most notable pieces include The Werewolves, The Wreck of The Silence, and Les Nuls. To date, he has been produced in six states, and two countries. A member of the Dramatists Guild of America, he has worked with numerous organizations around Boston and the South Shore, such as The American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge; The Company Theatre in Norwell; Massasoit Theatre Company in Brockton, and others. Moon is committed to vibrant, collaborative storytelling and breaking boundaries through art and performance. He is also a proud member of the New York University Class of 2022, studying Dramatic Writing at the Tisch School of the Arts and Classics with the College of Arts and Sciences.