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Plays by Nancy moss

Nancy Moss's play Deception, about a young woman in 1880's Portland who passes as white, won Portland Civic Theatre Guild's 2014 Playwriting Contest and will have a reading on January 27, 2014, at the Old Church at 10:30 am.

 Nancy Moss's play Will the Real Charlie Chan Please Stand Up?--about the legendary Chinese policeman who was the model for Charlie Chan--opened at Kumu Kahua Theatre on August 22, 2013.

Her ten-minute play The Pilot was produced in Northwest 10: Mission Accomplished at Eugene, Oregon in April 2013. 

Her play, Anna: Love in the Cold War, was showcased in New York City at Abingdon Theatre in 2010.

Nancy Moss's musical Infinite Jest, about the British writer Laurence Sterne, had a 1998 performance in Honolulu and a New York City showcase in 2002, starring Sal Viviano of The Full Monte

In 2002 and 2012 Honolulu’s The Actors Group produced her play Anna: Love in the Cold War, which won a Po’okela Award in 2002 for Best Original Script.

In 2005, her play Hostage Wife won Abingdon Theatre’s Wolk Award and had a staged reading in New York City.

The Last Outpost was performed at Honolulu’s Marks Garage, also in 2005. 

In 2008, Honolulu’s Kumu Kahua Theatre produced Hostage Wife, and The Actors Group presented Ring of Fire. 

Her most recent play, Will the Real Charlie Chan Please Stand Up? won Kumu Kahua's 2010 Hawaii Award.

She has also written Safe Conduct, a children's play with music.