Moby Pomerance was born in London in 1969. He moved to Boston to attend Berklee Music School and from there to New York where he lived and worked in the local scene for five years. He returned to London to study theatre at Central School of Speech and Drama, after which he worked as playwright Howard Barker’s assistant for two years with his company The Wrestling School. He lives with his wife and son in Tooting, London.
His plays include: UTOPIA WOUND (Lyric Theatre Hammersmith); THE AFRICAN WOMEN (ASK grant); THE MUSIC BOX (recipient of their 2015 ACT New Play Award); BROKEN HANDS (winner of Outstanding Playwriting award for 2006 New York Fringe); THE GOOD BOOK OF PENDANTRY AND WONDER (Boston Court, Pasadena, NYNW Theatre Festival); ALEXANDER AND ARISTOTLE (ACT Theatre, Seattle), REAL CRAZY and BREAKING Z.