Back To School With Micia Mosely

August 29, 2011 by  
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Join NPA Micia Mosely in celebrating the “back to school” season during Orientation Week, as her dynamism captivates co-eds across the East Coast!

EVENTS

NYU Portrait: Voices of a People

Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at 8pm

Skirball Center

566 LaGuardia Place

New York University

EVENT IS FREE !


Multicultural Taste of Boston

Friday, September 2, 2011 at 6pm

Emerson College

This event is closed to the public, but Emerson students are welcomed!



Excerpts & Workshops of “Where My Girls At?”

Sunday, September 4, 2011 at 2pm

Hampshire College Main Lawn

EVENT IS FREE AND OPENED TO THE PUBLIC!!



Productions

September 29, 2010 by  
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“Children of the Last Days” is written and performed by Thandiwe Thomas De Shazor. It is a comedy show that aims to satirize Black church culture and the contradictions therein. So bring your Good Sunday Clothes, Your Tambourine, Your Church Fan and Your Sense of Humor!  Get Ready! Get Ready! Get Ready!

Written & performed by Thandiwe Thomas DeShazor

Directed by Norman Gee
Produced by Shalonda Ingram
A Nursha Project Production

 
“The Paul Robeson Project”

Ever heard of Paul Robeson?
He is an internationally renowned and celebrated actor, athlete, lawyer, singer and activist.  Yet, he is all but erased from mainstream US history. Paul Robeson is pre Civil Rights Movement and smack dab Jim Crow and McCarthyism. Despite these obstacles, he achieves highly.  Despite being a high achiever, human flaws arise…

This lecture demonstration about Paul Robeson by “Paul” shares his history, experiences, and what elements make up his particular brand of icon.

Performed by Kim Howard
Developed and Directed by Mimi McGurl
A Nursha Project Production

 

“Where My Girls At?” is a “thoughtful, provocative, and insanely funny” one woman show written and performed by the “multi-talented” Micia Mosely. Portraying five drastically different characters representing the diversity of Black lesbian experiences, Micia challenges the notion that there is only one way to be Black or queer in the 21st century. A phenomenal one hour performance steeped in improv and audience participation, Where My Girls At? has thrilled audiences across the country from San Francisco, Detroit and New York to Amherst, Chapel Hill and Honolulu. A New York Innovative Theater Award Nominee, the show, while hilarious, continues to tackle difficult issues including inter and intra-group racism, sexism, and homophobia.


Written & Performed by Micia Mosely
Directed by Tamilla Woodard
Produced by Shalonda Ingram
Music Score by Rimarkable Things Music
A Nursha Project Production

 

Where My Girls At?

July 8, 2010 by  
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“Where My Girls At?” is a “ thoughtful, provocative, and insanely funny” one woman show written and performed by the “multi-talented” Micia Mosely. Portraying five drastically different characters representing the diversity of Black lesbian experiences, Micia challenges the notion that there is only one way to be Black or queer in the 21st century. A phenomenal one hour performance steeped in improv and audience participation, Where My Girls At? has thrilled audiences across the country from San Francisco, Detroit and New York to Amherst, Chapel Hill and Honolulu. A New York Innovative Theater Award Nominee, the show, while hilarious, continues to tackle difficult issues including inter and intra-group racism, sexism, and homophobia.


Written & Performed by Micia Mosely

Directed by Tamilla Woodard

Produced by Shalonda Ingram

A Nursha Project Production


To view D.C. Theatre Scene’s article on Micia’s most recent performance of Where My Girls At? at the 2010 D.C. Hip Hop Theater Festival, click here .



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Micia Mosely

December 21, 2008 by  
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Micia Mosely: Actor & Playwright

Micia Mosely has been an entertainer her whole life.  She fuses a unique blend of hipness, humor, political astuteness, and versatility in all of her performances.

Micia’s desire to surpass the boundaries of the ordinary led to her create “Sistahfriends: A Black Lesbian Puppet Experience” and to co-found Nappy Grooves, an all-Black drag king troupe.

During the past 10 years, she has displayed her perfect comedic timing through stand up and as an emcee for numerous events throughout the nation.

In May of 2006, Micia joined forces with Nursha Project TM and debuted her one-woman show, “Where My Girls At?: A Comedic Look at Black Lesbians. A Nursha Project Production, “Where My Girls At?” is written and performed by Micia Mosely, directed by Tamilla Woodard, and produced by Shalonda Ingram.

Micia is currently touring nationally; performing stand up comedy, acting and public speaking.