Lois Moses: Celebrating the Dream…The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

  • Rosenberger Auditorium

Lois Moses, is a Poet, Actress, Lawyer, Clinical Therapist and Co-founder of Charter School.
    
She is a Performance Artist and Poet who has self-published three poetry books a self-titled Spoken Word CD and performed at numerous venues throughout the United States. Her work speaks to and highlights the history of the African women’s journeys to/experiences in/and stories of America.  Lois is the co-creator or numerous touring Performance pieces including, “No More Blues Black/Woman”, “Celebrating the Dream”, “No Child Should be…Left Behind”. Her most recent one women performance is titled, “Beyond Sound and Fury: Sacrifice and the True Poetic Voice, a poetic conversation that seeks to  re-define, re-frame and re-narrate our stories, filling in the omissions that are left out in order to empower and know our true selves. 

As an Actress, she has toured and performed extensively throughout the United States with Kuntu Repertory Theater in Pittsburgh and National Black Author’s Tour in Philadelphia.  She also completed an off-Broadway run of “Lady of Fadima” and “Wade in the Water” at the National Black Theater of Harlem.  

She is a graduate of UCLA with a Master’s in Fine Arts. Lois has been an Acting Instructor and Playwright/Director at Freedom Theatre in Philadelphia and is a member of the acclaimed Actor’s Studio, since 1990.