Omphile Molusi is a freelance writer/actor. He graduated from the Market Theatre Laboratory and has been writing and acting for theater since 2001. His theater acting credits include: Itsoseng, Romeo and Juliet, The Mirror, Caucasian Chalk Circle, Much Ado About Nothing, Echoes, Blurring Shine, Julius Caesar, Sharpeville 1&2, and others. His writing credits for theater: Itsoseng (Published by Junkets publishers and Oxford University Press SA, adapted for BBC radio.), For the Right Reasons (Published by Oxford University Press SA), The Sweet Door, and Ijo! Pozeng. Short Story: “Bargain” (Published by Penguin publishers). Writing for TV: Zone 14 series 2. Omphile was the first recipient of the Bret Goldin Bursa-ry. He also won the Scotsman Fringe First Award 2008 for Itsoseng at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. He taught the Cecil Berry voice technique at the Actors Centre and at the Market Theatre Laboratory.