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New York Playwrights through Google Glass

Svetlana Dimcovic documents the Fence Network Meeting in New York which she attended as a Founding Member of the Fence supported by Creative Scotland.            


Google Glass blog

Director Svetlana Dimcovic writes the first ever Google Glass Theatre Blog for the Traverse Theatre Spoiling by John McCann, directed by Orla O’Loughlin Winner of a Fringe First 2014 award, this is a brilliant two hander about Scottish independence and a Minister’s wish to speak off message but more truthfully to the people of a…

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Going Greene: The Potting Shed

A scene from Svetlana Dimcovic’s production of The Potting Shed Graham Greene’s The Potting Shed has not been seen on London stages for the best part of four decades. A psychological drama about a long-buried family secret and, this being Greene, a loss of faith was written in 1957 and last performed in London 1971:…

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Theatre director and translator

Svetlana Dimcovic is a bilingual Anglo-Serbian theatre director and translator. She has translated a number of plays from Serbian into English, which she has then gone on to direct. She has also directed a great deal of drama from Finland, Lithuania and Slovenia in translation. Here she tells us about the challenges of presenting foreign…

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