Invisible: A Conversation about Migration with Tena Štivičić
Tena Štivičić is a Croatian playwright and screenwriter, and is the winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. She was born in Zagreb and studied in the Academy of Drama Art there. She completed an MA in Writing for Performance at Goldsmiths College, University of London. She has taken part in theatre events such as Future Perfect, the Paines Plough Young Writers Programme and the Royal Court's 50th Anniversary season. Štivičić has written plays both in her native Croatian and in English. Her major works in English include: Can't Escape Sundays, Perceval, Psssst, Two of Us, Goldoni Terminus, Fragile!, Fireflies, and Invisible. Štivičić lives in London and is married to Scottish actor Douglas Henshall.
Moderated by Westy Egmont, Director of the Immigrant Integration Lab & Associate Professor, School of Social Work
Event Presented with the Theatre Department.
Thursday, October 18 at 4:00pm
Robsham Theater Arts Center
Robsham Theater Arts Center, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467