Alumni Spotlight: Ntare Mwine
Sep. 23, 2015| Actor, director, and writer Ntare Mwine attended BCS from From V to VII. He lived in McNaughton and became a prefect in his last year. For sports, he did downhill skiing, Sr. Boys Football, and weight lifting. His other school responsibilities were the Builders, choir and serving as a chapel warden. Ntare received his Masters Degree of Fine Arts in Acting from New York University and completed studies at The Moscow Arts Theatre in Russia, The Royal National Theatre in London and The University of Virginia. He recently visited the BCS campus for the first time since graduating.
Ntare’s first effort as a playwright is Biro, a multi-media solo performance piece, which held its World Premiere at Uganda’s National Theatre and subsequently premiered in London, then in New York at The Joseph Papp Public Theatre where it made the “New York Times critics pick list.” The production has since premiered in Los Angeles, Seattle, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Toronto. Ntare’s other acting credits include leading roles at The Steppenwolf Theatre, The Kennedy Center, The Lincoln Center, ACT, The Long Wharf Theatre and the National Tour of Six Degrees of Separation for which he received an NAACP Image Award nomination for Best Actor.
2013 The Newsroom
2008 The Riches
2001-2008 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
2016 Queen of Katwe
2006 Blood Diamond