All About Women
By Miro Gavran
Miro Gavran (1961) is a Croatian playwright and novelist, whose works have been translated into thirty-five languages. To date, his plays have had more than two hundred premiers worldwide and have been seen by more than two million theatre-goers. He is the only living playwright in Europe to have a theatre festival devoted to his work; only plays based on his texts are performed at the Gavranfest, which was founded in Slovakia in 2003 and is held every year. His major plays include: Creon’s Antigone, Night of the Gods, George Washington’s Loves, Chekov Says Good-bye to Tolstoy, All About Women, All About Men, Doctor Freud’s Patient, Hotel Babylon, How to Kill the President, Nora in our Time, Greta Garbo’s Secret, Parallel Worlds, The Craziest Show in the World, My Wife’s Husband, Forget Hollywood and Death of an Actor. For the past twenty years, Gavran has been the most highly performed Croatian playwright at home and abroad.