Efe Osagie

Photo Credit: David Forsee

Bachelor of Theatre Arts


Efe Osagie is graduating with a degree in Bachelor of Theatre Arts (BTA) with a concentration in Theatre for Social Change. Efe’s passion for performance, social justice, and writing has colored her time here. Efe served two years as senior editor for Michigan in Color, a section of The Michigan Daily. She has acted as student dramaturg for the Department of Theatre & Drama production of The Grapes of Wrath and the Department of Dance production Complex Rhythms. She also worked as Associate Literary Manager for the student organization Basement Arts. She has performed in a multitude of shows over her 4 years, from plays (She Kills Monsters) to musicals (The Wiz). Most extensively, she performed for freshmen orientation 2018 in a 60-show run. Her ventures in social justice include work as a facilitator for the Department of Intergroup Relations and as an Educational Theatre Company Peer Educator. Efe was nominated for the MLK Spirit Award for Winter 2020 and has received the Wendy Owens (Award/Scholarship) for her contributions to The Michigan Daily.


Student Dramaturg – The Grapes of Wrath
Student Dramaturg – Complex Rhythms
Senior Editor – Michigan in Color, The Michigan Daily
Arts and Culture Coordinator – Michigan Community Scholars Program
Social Justice Facilitator – Program on Integroup Relations
Peer Educator – Educational Theatre Company
Performer – Center for Research on Learning & Teaching
Associate Literary Manager – Basement Arts
MLK Spirit Award Nominee