Mia Alexander-Davis

Author & Playwright

Latest Work

Faceless Value

Nobody likes a thief, yet we let him move in and pay him rent. We may have started off protecting our goods, but the thief is relentless. He starts by sharing unsolicited opinions. He continues by lacing his destructive criticisms in his definition of facts and truths. He cleverly cloaks his jealousy in a language that he believes will make you better. Before long he has penetrated your thoughts and actions. With his work nearly complete he cups your face and reminds you of your past failures and mistakes. His work is now done. You no longer need him to steal from you because you have begun to do the job for him. A thief is always active. He comes in many forms, but in the end, he takes on your sight, body, and mind if you let him.

This work has been with me for several seasons. For each time that I thought that I could let my characters out a thief grabbed my heart, mind, and spirit. There were times that I fought him and other times that I surrendered because it was easier to hide from the kaleidoscope of memory that he knew would hunt me. Faceless Value is a collection of one-person shows that examines the beauty, depth, and pains of life. It is a call for love and forgiveness too override hate and depression. 

About Mia


Mia Alexander-Davis is a proud native of Flint, MI. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Fisk University in Nashville, TN, a Master of Fine Arts from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA, and is currently completing her dissertation in Business Administration at Walden University. She also has a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Yale University. Mia’s passion for creative arts has spanned more than two decades. She has produced fiction and nonfiction works. Her characters speak with a clarity and humility that draws you in and forces you to reflect on life and its beautiful journey. In her newest work Faceless Value, A Collection of One-Act plays, Mia explores our capacity to love, forgive, and explore. Her characters speak a truth that is often reflective and engaging. 


Books & Audiobooks

Sun Kissed Sweet Tea

Evan & Samantha Get a New Foster Home

Falling While Running

For The Stage

Stolen Goods

Shouten Don’t Always Get Ya Heard


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