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Stefanie Reynolds



Maddie O'Dwyer
Lead Agent

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Stefanie is a mixed raced, working class, neurodivergent, queer playwright and comedy TV writer from and living in Manchester. Not only has she managed to successfully be a part of every minority group, she’s also been a part of a multitude of prestigious writing companies that consist of Tamasha playwrights in 2017, Royal Court's Intro to Writing in 2019, and Box of Tricks' year-long playbox scheme PlayBox 2021-22. She has written for Scratch nights and comedy nights in London and Manchester theatres, as well as touring her first play Scribbles at Edinburgh Fringe festival and Battersea Arts Centre in London. Her second play That Time We Got High was shortlisted for Channel 4stories, Kudos and Royal Court fellowship and longlisted for Women's Playwriting award.

She was part of the OFFIE AWARD winning series The Waves with her audio drama Baby Mama produced by Tamasha Theatre/Holy Mountain Productions (2022). Stefanie is developing her new play Danesha The ??? (pending title) with Box of Tricks, which was longlisted for Papatango playwriting prize. She has also written articles for GUM Magazine, as well as monologues for Tamasha’s Hear Me Now & Virtual Collaborators project.

In 2022 Stef completed Royal Exchange’s new six month writing exchange programme in partnership with WarnerMedia and developed her first tv pilot script.

Currently, she is a recipient of Arts Council England DYCP funding to adapt a Jamaican folklore for young audiences. It explores themes of gender fluidity, sexuality and Caribbean values. It is currently being developed in partnership with Curiosity Productions and Cloud Cuckoo Land theatre. She is also working on her first short comedy film with Motif Pictures.

Stefanie likes to fuse dry and fast paced wit with abstract absurdism. She takes inspiration from her favourite comedies; Peep Show, Broad City, Spaced, Thick of It, Arrested Development and of course Succession.