Macnaughton Lord Representation
3 The Glass House
Royal Oak Yard
Stef Smith is a multi award-winning writer working for both stage and screen to international acclaim.
Writing credits include: Enough, Girl in the Machine and Swallow (Traverse Theatre Company); Float (BBC Scotland); Nora: A Doll's House (Citizens Theatre); The Song Project, Human Animals (Royal Court Theatre); Acts of Resistance (Headlong Theatre and Bristol Old Vic); Love Letters To Europe (Underbelly); How to Grow a Nation (Young Vic); Remote (National Theatre Connections Festival); Tea and Symmetry (BBC Radio); Smoke (and Mirrors) (Traverse Theatre Company and DOT Istanbul for Theatre Uncut); Back to Back to Back (Cardboard Citizens); Cured (Glasgay! Festival); Grey Matter (The Lemon Tree); Woman of the Year (Òran Mór) and Falling/Flying (Tron Theatre).
Her critically acclaimed show Roadkill (Pachamama Productions and Richard Jordan Productions in association with Traverse Theatre Company) won numerous awards, including the Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre. Stef's Traverse Theatre Company commission Swallow won a Scotsman's Fringe First Award and the Scottish Arts Club Theatre Award as part of the Edinburgh Festival. Most recently, Stef's Traverse Theatre production of Enough won a Scotsman's Fringe First Award.
Stef has also taken part in the BBC Drama Writers Room and was invited to be part of the Outriders project for Edinburgh International Book festival for which she travelled across Mexico. She is under commission from several theatres and is also an Associate Artist at the Traverse Theatre and Playwrights' Studio Scotland.