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Nadine Mozon, M.F.A.

Nadine Mozon


Nadine Mozon is an actress, writer and teaching artist whose acting credits include regional theatre, television and film. Among them: Theatre: Richard III, The Book of Grace, written and directed by Suzan-Lori Parks, Intimate Apparel, Fences, For Colored Girls…, Home, Crumbs From the Table of Joy; Television: American Crime (ABC 2015), Friday Night Lights, Law and Order, Third Watch; and Film: dawn  Austin Film Festival (HBO 2015) , Dear Sidewalk, Wolf, Katrina’s Son , Two Weeks Notice, Shaft, Sam the Man, Spider-Man 2. Original work as writer and actor, produced for the stage include:  Delta Rhapsody, a one-woman, multi-character trip; ”Confirming The Search: That Girl’s Still Here Somewhere” received an AUDELCO Award nomination in NY, and won a Drama-Logue Award in Los Angeles; and I.D. Please, commissioned work, an ensemble theatre piece.  Mozon has been a featured writer / performer and collaborative partner developing new work with dancers, choreographers, and musicians in New York venues ranging from Nuyorican, Poets Café, to Lincoln Center; She has been the featured artist at regional and university-based conferences and festivals, often highlighting her book of poetry, “Kiss it Up to God.”   She was a guest artist writer at Renaissance House Martha’s Vineyard 2013.  Mozon earned an MFA in acting from American Conservatory Theatre. Her poems have appeared in magazines, journals and anthologies, including Essence, Ms., Clarity, Lungfull, and A Gathering of the Tribes.  Mozon is the Associate Artistic Director for the Black & Latino Playwrights Conference at Texas State University.  Member: SAG/AFTRA, Equity, Association of Theatre Movement Educators 

Visit Nadine Mozon’s website at www.nadinemozon.com.