Meet Group 31

Mukahang Limbu, Stefanie Reynolds, Esther Uwejeyah,

TBC

Available August 31

Mukahang Limbu – Director
Mukahang Limbu is a 19 year old writer, director, and actor. A 3-time Foyle Young Poet, a SLAMbassador, and winner of the ‘First Story National’ competition, he was also the recipient of the Outspoken prize for poetry. His poems have been published in the Picador Anthology, ‘England: Poems from a School’, ‘Nascent’ by the Outspoken press, The Kindling Journal, Poetry London, and ‘Tell Me the Truth About Life’, an anthology curated by Cerys Matthews to mark the 25th anniversary of National Poetry Day, where his words were found alongside Simon Armitage, Sharon Olds, Emily Dickinson and many more. Although mainly experienced in writing, Mukahang is really excited about having this opportunity to direct this piece for the Virtual Collaborators festival.

Stefanie Reynolds – Performer/ Writer
Stefanie trained at East 15 Acting School on the Acting & Contemporary theatre course. She formed a theatre company, Superglue Assembly Line, and wrote, produced, directed and performed in her own
shows along with her company. They performed their shows at Edinburgh fringe festival as well as London
venues such as Vaults Festival, Mirth Marvel & Maud and N16 Theatre. Stefanie was part of Tamasha’s playwriting company year 4 and Royal Courts intro to writing group 2019. Stefanie is part of Box of Tricks playpal cohorts 2020. Stefanie has written for Scratch nights and comedy nights in London and Manchester theatres, GUM Magazine, and Tamasha’s Hear Me Now monologues.

Esther Uwejeyah- Performer
Esther is a British actor based in London. From her late teens I studied drama in college and drama school. Since graduating, she has gone on to perform in theatre shows such as Pandora’s Box (Arcola Theatre) The Good Minister from Harare (Finborough) About Last Night (Arcolo) and starred in the TV show Guerilla (Sky Atlantic).

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