WHO WE ARE
WHAT WE DO
WHO WE ARE
is managed Miranda Rashid and Msatero Tembo. A core of
actor-researchers drawn from the community carries out the
Miranda Rashid - Managing
Miranda is the managing director and founder of Seka.
Granddaughter of the conservationist Norman Carr,
up in South Luangwa. She studied drama at Rhodes University,
South Africa and has a great love of theatre and the bush. She
moved to Arusha in 2007 and has set up a branch of Seka in
Msatero Tembo - Trainer, Actor,
has worked with theatre for development for over fifteen years.
He is a fine actor in his own right and has toured Europe and
America three times over with various theatre productions. He
currently runs the Zambian branch of Seka.
Tamara Guhrs - Designer,
is an accomplished theatre practitioner who specialises in
writing, design and facilitation. She wrote her Masters thesis
on Chewa performance practice, the Gule wa Mkulu, or Nyau
masquerades. Based in South Africa, Tamara writes plays and
gives guidance to Seka.
Volunteers and Artist in residence
If you're seriously good at what you
do, in the field of theatre, puppetry, music or dance and would like
to experience working in the bush with this team of dedicated
individuals, write to us and submit your CV. If we like the sound of
you, we will try to raise money to get you here. We could use the
expertise of: Musical directors, Choreographers, Designers,
Fundraisers, Production managers.