Moreblessing Maturure | Biography

Moreblessing Maturure has thrived on the creative energy of performance from a very young age.

With a plethora of accents, languages, and musical skills under her belt, Moreblessing aims to further explore the arts world while creating greater opportunities for other Artists of Colour. Alongside her studies in psychology and business management, Moreblessing has committed herself conscientiously to projects she passionately believes in. She has participated in separate play developments with Candy Bowers, Emele Uguvale and Playwriting Australia for new  Australian works that will reach new audiences. She begins 2017 as the Creative Director of FOLK Magazine, a platform dedicated to showcasing Artists of Colour and their work while writing and developing new plays; including the next Mongrel Mouth show set to premiere in mid 2017. She has worked with this company extensively over the last 3 years as a performer and writer, including playing the lead role of Bette the Bee in The Bee and the Tree (2016). Her next performance role will be in She Said Theatre and Sport for Jove’s production of Fallen a new Australian Epic by Seanna Van Helten.

Moreblessing’s past work includes ATYP’s VOICES PROJECT of 2016, the new Australian play Fallout by Lauren Pearce and a sell-out seasons at the New Theatre in The School for Scandal, Money and Friends (The Theatre on Chester), The Producers (Rockdale Musical Society), Twelfth Night (UNSW NUTS), and Fame: The Musical. Furthermore, Moreblessing has procured some on-screen success in Television Series Deadly Women; music videos like Julia Why?’s Just One Night; short films The Last Men, Searching for Babel, Packed Lunch, Undefined Black Beauty; web series: On Patrol and government initiative videos including Young People’s Rights and various ACYP initiatives such as Count me in and Seen and Heard.

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