Eszter is an Edinburgh-based theatre director and dramaturg originally from Budapest. She has extensive experience working with theatre companies, arts festivals as well as individual artists on projects ranging from music theatre, circus, contemporary dance, magic, opera, puppetry, street theatre and new writing to Shakespeare.

In Scotland, Eszter has worked on Charlie Sonata, Cockpit, and Twelfth Night with the Royal Lyceum as well as productions with Scottish Opera, Curious Seed, Puppet Animation Scotland, A Play, and A Pie & A Pint, Surrogate Productions among others.

Internationally, Eszter has worked for Volksbuehne (Berlin), Hungarian State Opera, Weimar National Theatre, Nordland Visual Theatre, Vigszinhaz (Budapest) among others. 

Most recently, Eszter directed And The Birds Did Sing for Curious Seed for which the company received a Herald Angel and a Scottish Arts Club award.

Eszter is currently working with Surge, Independent Arts Projects and Grid Iron Theatre Company.

Eszter is passionate about collaboration as a tool to creating worlds more beautiful and complex than our own. Eszter develops her own projects through her company Snap-Elastic, currently producing Grow Your Own Gesamtkunstwerk (GYOG) and in pre-production for EAT ME.