Shondrika Moss-Bouldin

Shondrika Moss-BouldinShondrika Moss-Bouldin (Assistant Professor of Performance Studies)

Ph. D. Performance Studies, Northwestern University
M.A. Performance Studies, Northwestern University
B.A. Performance Studies, Northwestern University

Dr. Shondrika Moss-Bouldin is the proud co-founder of Soulploitation Creative Works/Acting Up!, a producing artistic company (fine and performing arts), based out of Atlanta and Los Angeles. The company motto states, "since our imagination is endless, our work is never done." Dr. Moss-Bouldin also works as an independent artist and scholar who has earned all of her degrees from Northwestern University (B.A., M.A., Ph.D.). She received a Fulbright in 2006 to study in South Africa and has taught and lectured at Northwestern University, CUNY, DePaul University, and Spelman College and presented at numerous conferences including National Minority Aids Council, American Alliance for Theatre and Education, Southeastern Theatre Conference, and American Society for Theatre Research. She is a member of The Lincoln Center's 2012 Director's Lab.

Some of her previous artistic and consultant work has been with Disney Theatrical Productions, The Kennedy Center, The Home DePot, Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company, Horizon Theatre, Synchronicity Theatre, Creative Arts Team, Cobb and Atlanta Public Schools, Chicago Shakespeare, Georgia Council for the Arts, The National Black Arts Festival, and The National Black Theatre Festival. She has directed, produced, casted, and choreographed, in New York City (Off Broadway), San Francisco, Chicago, and Atlanta. Some of her favorite directing projects have been the development of The August Wilson Monologue Competition (Kenny Leon's True Colors), Free Like Brâer Rabbit (The Wren's Nest), The Vagina Monologues (Off-Broadway), Mirandy and Brother Wind (14th Street Playhouse), and the film, Color the Night (NYC).

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