Written by Tonderai Munyevu
Performed by Sibusiso Mamba and Tonderai Munyevu
Directed and produced by Arne Pohlmeier
TONDERAI MUNYEVO (Writer and Performer) acting work includes: Black Men Walking (Royal Court, Eclipse ), Sizwe Banzi is Dead (Young Vic), Carmen (The Grange Festival Theatre) Treasure Island (Birmingham Rep), DEvine Comedy (David Glass Ensemble), The Man Who Almost Killed Himself (Hibrow/BBC Arts), ZHE [NOUN] UNDEFINED (Soho Theatre).For Two Gents Productions: Kupenga KwaHamlet (Oval House/Watermill), Magesti (Harare Rep/Rich Mix) and Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare’s Globe and international tour). On screen: Doctors (BBC), and the films The Day of the Triffids (BBC/HBO) and Something Nice from London (Latimer).Radio: King Solomon’s Mines, Mandida’s Shoes, Boniface and Me, and When The Laughter Stops (BBC Radio 4). Writing: Harare Files; How 700,000 People Lost Their Homes (written with Sarah Norman), Zhe [noun] Undefined (Antonia Kemi Coker and Chuck Mike); an autobiographical play published by Oberon, A Tranquil Mind (BBC Radio 4). He has been published by the Johannesburg Book Of Reviews and appears in the anthology Black And Gay In The Uk by Team Angelica.Directing: The Importance of Being Earnest (Two Gents) and The incident (The Albany).