Andresia Moseley is a nationally recognized spoken word artist and classically trained actress. She is currently on national tour as the lead character Debra in the production of Speed Killed My Cousin with the Carpetbag Theatre Inc. Knoxville, TN. (2016-present). She is a 2018-2019 Artist in Residence with ASU Gammage, Tempe, AZ., the recipient of the 2018 National Performance Network Creative Development Grant and the Hillsborough Arts Council Artist Development award for her one woman show Five Black Women premiering Fall 2020. In addition some of her recent theatre credits include, Red Summer at the Bijoux Theatre, Knoxville, TN. (2019) Swopera: A Spoken Word Opera (2019), Dark Cowgirls and Prairie Queens at the Love Doughty Carousal Theatre Knoxville, TN (2018) and Between a Ballad and a Blues at the Clayton Center for the Arts, TN. (2018). She was named the “stand out actress” for her role as the Lady in Blue in Ntozke Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf (2015). She was also named “exceptional, stand out actress” for her role as Aphrodite in Hot Nights of the War Wives of Ithaca (2013).