Posts Tagged:Svetlana

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.            

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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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