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Dorcas A. Stevens (she/her) is an actress, writer and facilitator of sometimes conflicting British-Nigerian descent. East London born and Essex raised she started out writing poetry from a young age, going on to be a published poet for a children’s poetry Anthology.
As an actress she has worked on various productions with Talawa, Theatre Royal Haymarket, The Belgrade Theatre, The Space Theatre, Purple Night Colour Productions and more. She has toured in Manchester, Bristol and Wales on ‘Hive City Legacy’ (UK Tour) with Roundhouse in association with Quiet Riot. Returning to publish her debut novel ‘Hope & Worth’, available on Amazon here.
When she’s not on the court as an undiscovered Netball star, she enjoys telling stories that balance lightness, style and cultural consciousness and place front and centre the black African diaspora, female and other marginalised peoples experiences.
She is also a playwright, screenwriter, poet, facilitator, undiscovered Netball star and some other things she is yet to discover…
Theatre Royal Haymarket recorded series of audio plays for Masterclass’ two-day, Start Your Script programme commissioned by young writers.
protests, hymns and caskets – Belgrade Theatre
Shoot Festival’s Performance: In Bloom presents the telling of protests, hymns and caskets by lanaire aderemi.
A play about a Nigerian feminist movement that won an amazing victory that remained in the margins of history.
For The Culture – TV Series
Dorcas spoke to Hackney Gazette and BBC Radio London about her upcoming TV show ‘FOR THE CULTURE’.
She wrote and stars in the fierce and honest coming-of-age TV comedy.
HOPE & WORTH
An entitled celebrity meets a no nonsense therapist.
What happens when the line between professional and personal becomes blurred?
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The future is for the curious.