Chloë Moss is an accomplished playwright and screenwriter. Her celebrated play This Wide Night 2008/2009 (Clean Break, Soho) won the prestigious Susan Smith Blackburn prize and was subsequently produced off Broadway, starring Edie Falco. Chloë has written numerous other shows including The Gatekeeper 2012 (Royal Exchange Theatre), Fatal Light 2010/2011 (Soho Theatre), Catch 2006 (Royal Court), How Love is Spelt 2002 (Bush Theatre & New York’s Summer Play Festival) and Christmas is Miles Away 2005/2006(Bush theatre and off Broadway).
Site-specific work includes I Do (for Dante or Die theatre company/ Almeida Theatre festival then touring 2013/14), Handle with Care (Touring production with Dante or Die 2016) and Sweatbox (Clean Break theatre for Latitude Festival 2015 and due to tour UK Autumn 2019).
She is currently under commission to the Soho Theatre, Royal Court and Headlong Theatre.
Chloë has also written extensively for television. Credits include Six Wives (BBC One) Dickensian (BBC One), New Tricks (BBC One) The Smoke (Sky1) and Prisoners’ Wives (BBC One). She has also written Care, a single drama for Warp Films and Sky Arts, and an original series Switch, co-written with Tim Price (ITV2).
She is currently developing and original TV project with Hillbilly films and is working on an original teen drama for CBBC. She is also under commission to BBC Radio 4.
A selection of Chloë's plays:
This Wide Night
A drama about two women who are trying to start a new life after their release from prison. While they were close on the inside, their friendship has adverse effects when mixed with freedom.
How Love Is Spelt
A tale of growing up finding a new identity in the big city, away from home. But is moving away really running away? And how many lost people are really finding themselves?