Philip Moeller

For the journalist, see Philip Moeller (journalist).

Philip Moeller (26 August 1880 – 26 April 1958) was an American stage producer and director, playwright and screenwriter, born in New York where he helped found the short-lived Washington Square Players and then with Lawrence Langner and Helen Westley founded the Theatre Guild.[1]

He was educated at New York University and Columbia University.

Directing career

Among plays he directed for the Theatre Guild were



This filmography is believed to be complete.


  1. Cody, Gabrielle and Sprinchorn,Evert The Columbia encyclopedia of modern drama, Volume 2 Columbia University Press p.1341
  2. "The Lesson of the Washington Square Players"

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