Selma Dimitrijevic is a writer, director and artistic director of Greyscale.
Current work includes: libretto for To See the Invisible, a new opera based on a short sci-fi story by Robert Silverberg, composed by Emily Howard, premiering at Aldeburgh Festival in 2018; and directing Baroness and the Pig at the Shaw Festival Theatre in Niagara on the Lake. Her work was performed across the world, including in UK, USA, Canada, Germany, Australia, Russia, Ukraine and Croatia.
Theatre includes: Gods Are Fallen and All Safety Gone (Greyscale/Almeida); Dr Frankenstein and Hedda Gabler, This Is Not a Love Story (Northern Stage); The Gamblers (Dundee Rep); A Prayer (Greyscale) and Night Time (Traverse Theatre).
As a dramaturg, she has worked with the Bush Theatre, Caroline Horton, NT Studio, National Theatre of Scotland, Exit Theatre, Tron Theatre and Croatian National Theatre. Selma has translated over 20 novels and plays, including work by Robert Holman, David Harrower, Zadie Smith, Salman Rushdie, Roddy Doyle, Monica Ali, James Kelman, Susan Sontag and Irvine Welsh.
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