Tara Moses (she/her) is a citizen of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma (Tusekia Harjo), Mvskoke, a director, playwright, and artistic director. Her plays have been produced and/or development with telatúlsa (Tulsa, OK); American Indian Artists, Inc. aka AMERINDA (New York, NY); Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program (New Haven, CT); Native Voices of the Autry (Los Angeles, CA); Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company (Oklahoma City, OK); Good Luck Macbeth Theatre Company (Reno, NV); Sound Theatre Company (Seattle, WA); No Peeking Theatre Company (Jersey City, NJ); Furnace Fringe Festival (Boston, MA); #BingeTheatreCompany (Washington, D.C.); and Echo Theatre Company (Tulsa, OK). She is an invited playwright for HBMG Foundation’s National Winter Playwrights Retreat (2020); a Cultural Capital Fellow with First Peoples Fund (2020); the winner of the Young Native Storytellers Contest (2019), an observer with the SDC Foundation (18/19); Intercultural Leadership Institute fellow (18/19); member of DirectorsLabChicago (2018); member of the Directors Lab at Lincoln Center (2017); attendee of the pilot Berkshire Leadership Summit (2017); recipient of the Thomas C. Fichandler Award (2016); alum of the Allen Lee Hughes Fellowship at Arena Stage; co-founding Producing Artistic Director of #BingeTheatreCompany; Artistic Director of telatúlsa; founding member of 10 Names of Note; affiliated artist with Groundwater Arts; a and a proud associate member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. She holds a B.A. in theatre from the University of Tulsa.