Mozon’s roles,

MozArt’s Musing and Work


Delta Rhapsody,

written by Nadine Mozon. 

A broke-down night club Diva’s comeback.

above: Nadine Mozon as Delta Rhapsody, Michael Stevens, musician.


a little bit about...


NADINE MOZON is an actor, poet, dramatist,

and teaching artist whose work has been

produced for the stage.  Such work includes her  current performance piece, “Delta Rhapsody,” her one-woman show, “Confirming the Search: That Girl’s Still Here Somewhere,” which received critical recognition in New York and Los Angeles, and  “I.D. Please,” an ensemble theatre piece commissioned and presented in New York.  Other acting credits include regional theatre, film, and television (Esther in “ Intimate Apparel,” Rose in “Fences,” Lily in “Crumbs from the Table of Joy,”Shaft, Two Weeks Notice, guest appearances on Friday Night Lights, Law & Order, Third Watch and One Life to Live).  Her poems have appeared in magazines, journals and anthologies, among them, Essence, Ms., Clarity, Lungfull, and A Gathering of the Tribes.  She has been a featured artist and collaborative partner with dancers, choreographers, singers, and musicians in New York venues from TriBeca Performing Arts, Nuyorican PoetsCafé  to Lincoln Center; around the U.S. and Bermuda, at festivals, and hosted as guest artist at colleges and universities.  Ms. Mozon continues to facilitate poetry and theatre workshops for arts organizations, museums, universities, and participants of all ages.  While her book of poetry, Kiss it Up to God remains available online and in stores, Ms. Mozon is working on a new collection of poetry and essays.

She currently resides in Austin, TX., and is an assistant professor in the Theatre and Dance department at Texas State University (San Marcos), where she teaches acting, movement for actors, and a lab/course designed to help actors find their voice and develop original work.


as ESTHER in INTIMATE APPAREL, a play by Lynn Nottage

Sharifa of Omaha, character in “Delta Rhapsody