Kwame Owusu

Kwame Owusu, a writer, director and actor. He recently graduated with First Class Honours in Drama and English Literature from The University of Manchester, and is now studying for an MFA in Theatre Directing at Birkbeck, University of London.
His directing credits include Pomona (Edinburgh Festival Fringe) and The Wolf From The Door (John Thaw Studio Theatre). He was a Trainee Assistant Director on the world premiere of Rimini Protokoll’s Utopolis at Manchester International Festival 2019. He is currently directing a number of projects for screen for Kickitdown Productions.
His acting credits include The Letters Project (Gate Theatre), Dear Elizabeth (Gate Theatre), Lost Boys (Unity Theatre), and Waiting for Godot (Theatre Royal Brighton).
He is a Young Associate at the Gate Theatre and a Member of the National Youth Theatre.

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