Mag. art. Dávid Paška
born in Bratislava / Slovakia is a theatre director, playwright, and writer.
After completing his theatre directing studies with his diplom-production - a new adaptation of Nathalie Sarraute's play The Silence - at the Max Reinhard Seminar in Vienna, he has been devoting himself to his own writing as well as to international and interdisciplinary theatre directing work.
His awarded poetry collection "Nomos Črepín a Vrások" was published in 2021.
In 2022 he staged Thomas Perle's "one everyman" at the National Theatre Radu Stanca in Sibiu, Romania. Most recently, his play NAT.U.R.AL premiered at the Zirkus des Wissens in Linz.
In the Season 2022/2023 he is preparing a production of Friedrich Schiller's Don Carlos, an opera Les Avetures du Roi fou by György Ligeti and Sir Peter Maxwell Davies in Nîmes, France, and an adaptation of Hamlet by Shakespeare and Müller in Sibiu.