Buanamade Amade, is a 34 years old, graduate in IT. Currently collaborating in CRA where he performs as an actor
in several pieces (for both adults and children) and studies theater at UEM-Maputo in Mozambique.
Linda Nabasa, is a poet, short story writer, playwright, actor and theatre producer. She is a creative artist, passionate about art for change. She likes to entertain and educate communities through playwriting, poetry, short stories and music. She thrives in creative networks and value teamwork.
Samson has a BA Humanities (English, Drama and Theology) from the University of Botswana, BA Honors Degree in Applied Drama and Theatre Studies from Wits University (SA), Msc in Strategic Management from University of Derby (UK) and Master of Public Health specializing in Social and Behavior Change Communication (Wits-SA). As a social entrepreneur his interests are around how drama can be used to solve community problems especially around education, health and community development. He's interested in early years work because, they are a population I have neglected for so long because I did not have the skills to engage them meaningfully and opportunities for this kind of work has increased exponentially in my country with the introduction of early childhood policy in education.
Patricia (Zoey) Kayendeke, also known as Zoey the Story teller, started story telling as a career in 2016 shortly after attaining her Bachelors degree in Quantitative Economics from Makerere University, Uganda.She draws inspiration from the days of the old when African fore fathers sat by the fire and/ under the moonlight to tell tales of Wakayima and Ichuri (Hare and Hyena tales).Her vision is to expose culture to the world through story telling as well as to entertain
Jessica studied a BA in Drama and History at UCKAR, and a BA Hons in Dramatic Art and MA in Dramatic Art at Wits University. Her primary passion is facilitating devised theatre about stories on the periphery. For Jessica, Early Years Theatre is a chance for her to make work for people whose cultural needs are often sidelined or under served: children.
Yuck Miranda, born in Maputo, Mozambique, goes by his artistic name Yuck da Silva Torres Miranda. He is a performing actor, recently collaborating with other artists, including: dancers, musicians and visual artists. His interests have led him to work more within contemporary performance scene. In 2018, he is completing his final year of his Bachelor's degree in Theatre.