About Henry Moskowitz
Henry was born and raised in New York City and is based in Los Angeles. His hour-long play, WAKE UP (EVERY MORNING), which he wrote and directed, workshopped at Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica in 2017. He has created solo performances for Culturefix and the Animamus Art Salon in New York, as well as for Electric Lodge in Venice, CA. His films have played at Anthology Film Archives, the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival, and at the WordHack poetry festival.
Henry's work aims to ease the American addiction to black and white thinking. His work combines complex text, music, movement, humor, and pathos to comment on the contemporary zeitgeist. He enjoys creating theater because the process enables him to be immediate and respond quickly to the ever changing world around him.
Henry is heavily influenced by the work of the theater maestros Richard Foreman and Robert Wilson. He draws humorous inspiration from the Coen Brothers and Buster Keaton, and dramatic inspiration from Michael Haneke.