Brian Richard Mori's plays have been produced in dozens of venues across the US., as well as the UK.
His plays include ADULT FICTION (Geva Theatre), COFFEE TALK and EVE IN THE HOT SEAT (New Jersey Repertory Company), BEDTIME STORIES (American Renegade Theatre), COUPLES (New Vic Theatre), DREAMS OF FLIGHT (Victory Gardens Theatre), FIRST DATE (Nat Horne Theatre), MEMORIES (Theatre 22), PLAYERS (American Renaissance Theatre), SLOW FADE TO BLACK (Neighborhood Playhouse), and WHAT HAPPENED TO THE BEARS? (Staten Island Shakesperian Theatre).
ADULT FICTION, winner of the Davie Prize, and BEDTIME STORIES are anthologized in Smith & Kraus's best play series (NEW PLAYWRIGHTS: THE BEST PLAYS OF 2000 and THE BEST TEN MINUTE PLAYS OF 2005. 2 ACTORS, respectively); EVE IN THE HOT SEAT is published by Smith & Kraus in it 2017 BRUT THEATRE ANTHOLOGY; and DREAMS OF FLIGHT is published by Dramatists Play Service.
The television adaptation of the Abingdon Theatre's off-Broadway production of HELLMAN V. MCCARTHY, starring Dick Cavett, Roberta Maxwell, and Marcia Rodd, was taped and aired on PBS.
He has had 15 screenplay options, including, currently, FADE IN magazine winner OBSCURA.
He is represented by Elaine Devlin at Elaine Devlin Literary.