Anja Lee is a multilingual, multicultural, and multiracial actor, storyteller, teaching artist and corporate facilitator, hailing from NYC, and living in Atlanta.
Anja is excited to be reading her solo play, written during Covid, called “Mixed Up”, her journey of growing up multiracial during the Loving generation.
She has performed with theatres across the country, including Atlanta Shakespeare Company, North Carolina Black Repertory, Cleveland Play House, The National Black Theatre, Harlem Shakespeare, and
The Billie Holiday Theatre Off Broadway. Favorite roles include Goneril in King Lear, Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing, and Lindsay in Brothers From the Bottom. Anja has also had recurring appearances in TV, on All My Children, As the World Turns, One Life to Live, and as a Host on the QVC Network.
Anja is passionate about her volunteer work with Equitable Dinners and Out of Hand Theatre, facilitating important conversations about racial equity and social justice in our community.
A big thank you to Freddie and Actor’s Express for making this possible. As well as my creative collaborators, Eliana Marianes and Jessica Baumann who convinced me that my story should be shared.