Andresia Moseley is a classically trained, nationally recognized, and award-winning actress, spoken word artist and playwright. Moseley was recently seen in the Straz produced musical Crowns (2022). She is an artist in residence with ASU Gammage for her new one woman show: Five Black Women scheduled to premiere, and tour Fall 2024. 2016-2019 Moseley was on national tour as the lead character in Speed Killed My Cousin with the Carpetbag Theatre Inc. Knoxville, TN. Her performance in Anna Deavere Smith’s Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 where she played 27 characters was named “the best performance of 2020” by Broadway World. She also received an honorable mention in The Wall Street Journal (2021) for her performance as Ms. Muller in Jobsite Theatre’s Doubt: A Parable. Her performance as Kendra in Stagework’s production of American Son was declared: “A true masterclass performance by an actress on top of her game…” by Broadway World (2021). Moseley was the recipient of the Critics’ Choice Award “Best Acting of the Year” Creative Loafing Tampa (2021).
Additional select theatrical performances include American Son, The Gifted, Dr Ride’s American Beach House, Red Summer, Swopera: A Spoken Word Opera, Dark Cowgirls and Prairie Queens and For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf. Moseley holds a BA in Psychology and Non Profit Business Administration from Oral Roberts University and currently serves on the board of Theatre Tampa Bay and is an Artistic Associate for Jobsite Theater and Art2Action.