About Anike

Anike has written for daytime serial One Life to Live, for the sitcom series Girlfriends and is the playwright of stage play No Milk Today which premiered at the 2015 Fermentation Fest in Reedsburg,Wisconsin.  She has produced multilingual videos and public service announcements for the American Immigrant Rights Movement and has written feature screenplay Valentina. Anike has penned and performed several solo shows, touring her productions across the country as well as to the Edinburgh (Scotland) Fringe Festival; the largest international theater festival in the world, and on a national Nigerian tour sponsored by the 7-UP Bottling Company. Anike performed a multi-character solo piece based on interviews with the student body as the key note event for the 2016 Bates College New Student Orientation. Anike’s current projects include an animated short film in development called Frances The Fish and her directorial debut of the live action short film America: I Too featuring Academy award nominee Barkhad Abdi and music from Grammy winners Quetzal. Anike is a graduate of Bates College and earned her Masters of Fine Arts degree from The Ohio State University. When she is not making things she is playing with her two kittens in her garden in Los Angeles, California.