Caridad Svich's FUGITIVE DREAMS (co-screenwriter, based on her play) received world premiere at the 2020 Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal, and US premiere at the 2020 Austin Film Festival. She is recipient of the 2012 OBIE for Lifetime Achievement and 2018 Ellen Stewart Career Achievement Award in Professional Theatre from the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Her plays include 12 OPHELIAS, IPHIGENIA CRASH LAND FALLS..., RED BIKE and THE HOUSE OF THE SPIRITS (Based on Isabel Allende's novel). She has authored and/or edited several books on theatre published by Routledge, TCG, Methuen Drama, Manchester University Press, Backstage Books, Smith & Kraus and Eyecorner Press. Her plays are published by Intellect Books, Seagull Books and Broadway Play Publishing. She is founder of NoPassport theatre alliance & press, associate editor of Contemporary Theatre Review, Drama Editor of Asymptote Literary Translation Journal, and on the board of Global Performance Studies journal. She sustains parallel career as a theatrical translator and is chiefly known for her English language translations of the dramatic works of Federico Garcia Lorca. She holds an MFA from UCSD, and a BCA from UNCC. She also trained for four years with legendary playwright Maria Irene Fornes. She teaches and/or has taught at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, NYU, Gallatin School of Individualized Study, Bard College, Bennington College, Barnard College, Denison University, Ohio State University, Yale School of Drama, and the Einhorn School of Performing Arts in New York. She has received fellowships from Harvard/Radcliffe, TCG/NEA, TCG/Pew, the Tanne Foundation and the California Arts Council.
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