Meta Hocevar

Slovenian designer and director Meta Hocevar (The Winter's Tale) previously collaborated with Slobodan Unkovski at the American Repertory Theater on The Caucasian Chalk Circle, and has designed numerous of his productions including, most recently, The Misanthrope. She was trained as an architect, but has spent her career in theater design.  She has created productions for theatres in Sarajevo, Skopje, Zagreb, Belgrade, and Dubrovnik, as well as abroad in Germany, Russia, and Austria, where she recently created Euripides's Trojans for the Vienna Volkstheater. She directed Dusan Jovanovic's Antigona; Visit, an adaptation of Yukio Mishima's Hanjo; and Family Album, a paraphrase of Ibsen's The Wild Duck, for the Vienna Festival. Ms. Hocevar is dean of the Academy of Theatre and Film in Ljubljana.