ExPats Theatre was founded in 2019 by Karin Rosnizeck as a 501 c3 organization in Washington, D.C. and is devoted to connecting people across cultures through theatre and the performing arts.

"Einstein's Wife" ran March 5-12, 2020 at ATLAS Performing Arts Center

Einstein's theory of relativity revolutionized modern science and his name became synonymous with genius. Lesser known is the story of Mileva Maric, the physicist, mathematician, and fellow student at Zurich Polytechnic who was Einsteinís first wife. As recently discovered personal correspondence suggests, Mileva contributed substantially to his scientific success yet received no professional credit. In this gripping production, Serbian playwright Snezena Gnjidic and English translator Milena Trobozic Garfield present a thoughtful portrait of the coupleís tumultuous relationship and her role in developing his ground-breaking ideas. What started as a scientific team eventually was derailed by motherhood and a world not prepared for women's professional achievements. "Einsteinís Wife" explores the life of a gifted woman living in the shadow of a brilliant man.

Read DC Theatre Scene Profile (by Keith Loria) (September 9, 2019)

Karin Rosnizeck: "in today's global, post-national world, mobility and deterritorialization, the migration experience, the transnational existence, and living between cultures have become a social and cultural norm."

Radio Interview with WAMU's Kojo Nnamdi, September 24, 2019 (13 minutes long)

In her interview with Kojo Nnamdi, Karin explains why D.C. needs more theatrical productions that improve understanding across cultures.

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