Larry Moss is busy directing plays in New York. Opening in November, “Who Is Floyd Stern” written and performed by Michael Raynor has already received acclaim from the New York Times:

Mr. Moss again teases out an emotionally coherent performance that seems direct, unadorned and deceptively without artifice.

While rehearsing “Floyd Stern,” Larry was also rehearsing Jack Holmes’ “The Awful Grace of God: A Portrait of Robert F. Kennedy.” The play follows RFK from the soul-searching days following the assassination of his brother President John F. Kennedy to his term as New York senator to presidential candidate to the day of his own assassination at the Ambassador Hotel after winning the California primary.

Jean-Louis Rodrigue was invited to work with Jack on the physicality and movement of Bobby Kennedy, and will continue to do so into rehearsals prior to its opening on Broadway in 2005.