Fernanda Mandagará is a Brazilian actress, playwright, director and producer. Living in London since 2015, she did MA Acting International at East 15, where she was directed by Robin Sneller and Chris Meads. During the course, she also did a residency at Globe Theatre, where she performed Macbeth directed by Yolanda Vasquez. In London she did workshops with Gecko Theatre, Mick Barnfather and Soho Theatre. Her more recent professional works as actress are the show Turmoil by Jo Billac, directed by Andre Pink; and the Dramatic reading Forgive me for you Betraying me by Nelson Rodrigues, directed by Ramiro Silveira, both presented at Brazilian Embassy in London. She also was part of the cast of Border Force, a performance directed by Joshua Sofaer (Duckie) and present at Camden Centre London and Brighton Dome in 2015. In 2012, she performed at Colchester Arts Centre in the show Sweetness & Light, devised and directed by Luke Dixon. From 2003 to 2014 she worked as professional actress in Brazil, performing in several production of important theatre companies such as Satyros, Cia. Dos Outros and Cemitério de Automóveis. Fernanda has also worked in Brazil as playwright and producer and is one of the founders of Teatro Enlatado Company, based in São Paulo. Currently she is a director resident of The StoneCrabs Young Directors Training Programme in London.