Felicia was born in Nigeria and raised in Newham, east London. She graduated from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with a BA Acting CDT (Collaborative Devised Theatre) degree.
Felicia enjoys physical theatre, movement and dance and appreciates storytelling – especially when told not just by voice but by the body too!
Previous credits with Tall Stories include:
‘The Smeds and The Smoos’ (Edinburgh Festival & artsdepot)
Other theatre credits include:
‘Here, There, Now’ (Lyric Hammersmith Theatre) Digital recording
What have been your favourite projects to work on?
R&D workshop with We Are Collective as I enjoyed being challenged through the themes discussed and working very closely with the creative team. It was so refreshing being able to share, explore and experiment with ideas using different forms of exercises.
What was your favourite story as a child?
‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ – I really enjoyed the colours, the growth, and the journey of the caterpillar.
What is your favourite space joke?
What type of book do aliens like to read? Comet Books.
Tell us an interesting space fact.
If you could fly a plane to Pluto the trip would take more than 800 years.
If you could be an alien, what would you look like?
I would call my alien Sabrina. Sabrina is shaped like a lightbulb/pear. Sabrina has wheels and rolls when she’s laughing. Sabrina is known for her skills in skating on ice and land and slime. She loves to eat snow and ice.