Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company is proud to present “52 Weeks of Women,” which will complement True Colors’ 17thseason: She Griots. In his first year as Artistic Director at True Colors, Jamil Jude curated this season to uplift Black women, who are among the most historically underrepresented faces in regional theatre, both on and off the stage.

With this year-long celebration, we will recognize a different “shero” on our website and on social media, sharing their stories and honoring their impact in the community.  Each Friday, a new honoree will be featured.

Week 8 // Dr. L. Nyrobi N. Moss

Costume Designer

Dr. L. Nyrobi N. Moss is an award-winning costume designer with more than 29 years of experience in theatre and entertainment. Paradise Blue marks Nyrobi’s second engagement at True Colors (King Hedley II, 2018). Nyrobi’s current work appears across Atlanta at Actors’ Express, Horizon Theatre, Dad’s Garage, 7 Stages, and Synchronicity Theatre, as well as, regionally at Virginia Stage Compay.

Nyrobi is nominated for two 2019 Suzi Bass awards for Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical for Five Guys Named Moe (Theatrical Outfit) and Outstanding Design Team TYA for Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds (Synchronicity Theatre). Nyrobi previously won two Suzi Bass awards for Outstanding Costume Design in a Play for Eclipsed (Synchronicity Theatre, 2017) and Shakin’ the Mess Outta Misery (Horizon Theatre, 2010).

Nyrobi is the Director of Operations at the ArtsXchange in East Point and serves as Co-Vice Chair on the Board of Directors at 7 Stages.

We invite members of the True Colors family to send your recommendations for featured women! Please include your nominee’s name, e-mail address and a brief note on why you’d like us to feature your nominee. Email your nominations to