Vlad Butucea is a Glasgow-based, Romanian-born, playwright and theatre researcher. He made his professional debut writing one part of National Theatre of Scotland’s Interference Trilogy (2019). Prior to that, he was mentored by Playwrights’ Studio Scotland, and received a Masters in Playwriting and Dramaturgy from the University of Glasgow.
Vlad’s writing explores questions of gender, sexuality and the social impact of technology. Complementing these themes, Vlad is currently working towards a PhD in Theatre Studies at the University of Glasgow, researching the use of technology in queer theatre and performance.
Theatre Includes: Interference (2019, NTS), Silkworm (2019, Pearlfisher), The Door (2016 Tron Theatre)