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Mugabe, My Dad & Me

By: Tonderai Munyevu
Narrated by: Tonderai Munyevu
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About the Creator and Performer

Tonderai Munyevu is an actor, writer, and director for stage, screen, and radio. Amongst his many critically acclaimed performances as an actor are Two Gentlemen of Verona or Vakomana vaviri veZimbabwe (Two Gents/Shakespeare’s Globe), Sizwe Banzi Is Dead at the Young Vic (and tour), Black Men Walking at the Royal Court (and tour), and his role as Peter in the film Something Nice From London (Latimer Films). He is the co-artistic director of Two Gents Productions. His writing includes Mugabe, My Dad and Me (York Theatre Royal/ETT), The Moors (Tara Arts Theatre/Two Gents Productions), Harare Files, How 700,000 People Lost Their Homes (written with Sarah Norman), Zhe [noun] Undefined (written with Antonia Kemi Coker and Chuck Mike), the short radio play A Tranquil Mind (BBC Radio 4), and various works of prose including The Visiting Hours, A Dispatch From Zimbabwe (Johannesburg Book of Reviews), Bullets (Team Angelica), and On James Baldwin (Queer Bible). He has been shortlisted for The Alfred Fagon Award 2019, is part of the Hightide Writers Group, and has received The Peggy Ramsay Foundation Grant for his latest play Black Farce.

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