We write and produce world premieres, underproduced plays and immersive performances that center the expansive Black experience.
We create to reclaim history, reimagine the present and explore possible futures.
MOJOAA believes that Southern Black Playwrights create vibrant worlds that deserve to be explored with rigor, enthusiasm and care.
We believe that the immense talent of Southern Black actors require work that reflects and expands them. And we believe that Southern Black folks deserve to witness and be witnessed in the theatre they experience.
Diversity & Inclusion:
We center Black people, Black playwrights and Black stories. And we know that in order to tell our stories, we need all people as our stories are all interconnected. We welcome artists of all races and ethnicities, sexual orientations, genders, religions, levels of education and experience, ages, abilities and economic status to join us.
As a community theatre, we are looking to grow and provide opportunities to community members who are Teaching Artists and Educators in Theatre, Musical Theatre and Dance.
It is important that our performances, events, and workshops are accessible to all. We are working to expand our accessibility measures including, but not limited to: Transcripts of our podcast episodes will be made available; ASL interpretation during at least one of our performances for every production; Utilizing performance venues that are ADA compliant; Large print editions of our programs and audio description are available upon request; Advanced notice of triggering themes, sounds or visual effects.