About Paul Moulton
Paul Moulton has been shelling Chicago with plays and sketch comedy from his base in Palatine for almost a decade now. His short play “Exile” was presented as part of the “Hopper Sketches” in May of 2014, and he was fortunate enough to be part of ThreeCat’s “Festival of New Works” in January, 2015. He was a founding member of the Democracy Burlesque political sketch comedy revue and served as a Writer of Wrongs for them from 2006-2012. Off Off Broadway productions include “Alarm” (ID America Festival, 2007), “Void!” (Vignettes for the Apocalypse V, 2011) and “Redemption” (Perchance to Dream Festival, 2013). He wrote an essay about David Bowie’s song “Rebel Rebel” that was published on consequenceofsound.com but deleted from the site as soon as the editors realized he was twice the age of the average subscriber.