Sasha Dugdale

Sasha Dugdale

Sasha Dugdale is a translator and poet. She has translated the work of many leading contemporary playwrights writing in Russian, including: Bad RoadsĀ (Royal Court Theatre, 2017) and The Grain Store (Royal Shakespeare Company, 2009) by Natal'ya Vorozhbit; Playing the Victim (Royal Court and Told By an Idiot, 2003) and Terrorism (Royal Court, 2003) by the Presnyakov Brothers; and Ladybird (Royal Court, 2004), Black Milk (Royal Court, 2003) and Plasticine (Royal Court, 2002) by Vassily Sigarev.

She has published two collections of translations of Russian poetry and three collections of her own poetry, Notebook (2003), The Estate (2007) and Red House (2011). In 2003 she received an Eric Gregory Award.

A play about a small rural community that dares to stand up to Stalin as he launches the first of his Five-Year Plans...
An extraordinary and disturbing play about post-Communist Russia by a young Siberian-born writer.
A worm's eye view of post-Communist Russia.
The extraordinary debut play from the Royal Court by two brothers from Siberia.
A darkly absurd play from the authors of Terrorism.
A tough but tender portrait of urban squalor, from the award-winning Siberian-born author of Plasticine.
A heartbreaking, powerful and bitterly comic account of what it is to be a woman in wartime.