Lereko Mfono is a multifaceted writer, performer and facilitator who honed his craft at the National School of the Arts and later studied Applied drama at Wits University-Drama for Life in JohannesburgRead More
Selloane Mokuku, AKA Lalu, is an experienced theatre maker, storyteller, academic, writer and performer. She has worked with and for young people internationally, through organisations such as UNICEF and Save the Children UKRead More
Mojalefa Samson Mlambo is a freelancing playwright, director, poet, mentor, tutor, drama facilitator and an actorRead More
Tamara Schulz grew up alongside elephants and tall trees in a remote wilderness area in Zambia. She completed her MA in African masquerade performance at Rhodes University, after which she found her way to a mosaic-like career in theatre and education. She has worked as a set and costume designer, a director, educator, lecturer, writer, waitress and fundraiser.Read More
Charles J. Fourie is an accomplished and multi-award winning playwright, scriptwriter, and film and theater director and producer whose works have been staged throughout South Africa, the United Kingdom, the United States, and also broadcast on various radio and television stations such as SABC, M-NET, KykNET, BBC in the United Kingdom, Radio Sonder Grense, and Maroela Radio.Read More
Michael Wentworth is a writer, playwright, poet, director, producer and a cultural activist. He has written and directed numerous plays and has published a sold-out collection of poetry entitled A Love Letter for the Epoch.
Michael started writing professionally for the stage in 1996 when he was commissioned to write a children's play for the Cultural Calabash Arts Festival. Since then he has written and directed original stories as well as various adaptations and tributes for both young and adult audiences.