Andresia Moseley, is a classically trained theatre actress and nationally recognized spoken word artist. She is a 2018-2020, recipient of the National Performance Network’s Creation and Development Fund co-commissioned by Art2Action and ASU Gammage and supported by the Hillsborough Arts Council Artist Development Grant. In 2018 Andresia became an ASU Gammage Artist in Residence for the development of her first one woman show Five Black Women. From 2016-2019 she was on national tour as the lead character in Speed Killed My Cousin with the Carpetbag Theatre Inc. Knoxville, TN. Moseley’s performance in Anna Deavere Smith’s Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 where she played 27 characters and was named “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). In 2020 Moseley was a nominee for “Best Actress in the Bay” by Creative Loafing Tampa. Moseley was also named “stand out actress” for her role as the Lady in Blue in Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf by Creative Loafing (2015). Additional select theatre credits in 2018-20 include: Flying with the Tampa Repertory Theatre, Swopera : A Spoken Word Opera at the Ula Love Doughty Theatre, Knoxville , TN and Red Summer at the Bijou Theatre, Knoxville TN. Recently Moseley was named a Teaching Artist of theatre with American Stage, Tampa, FL. And she is an Artistic Associate of Art2Action (art2action.og) New York. She stays dedicated to the mission of excellence and relevance in the Arts and helping to inspire future generations of artists.