Luka Marjanovic is a student from Bosnia and Herzegovina, who received his Bachelor in Theater and Creative Writing at Ramapo College of New Jersey in the United States of America, and is currently in the process of completing his MA in Vienna, Austria at the University of Vienna. He is a lover of comedy in all forms, written and performed, scripted and improvised, and his greatest influences are author Terry Pratchett, filmmakers Ethan and Joel Coen, comedian Bo Burnham, as well as numerous comedy improv troupes he had the honor to watch and perform in. He’s written and directed his own play called “Sunless”, a dystopian fantasy satire, as well as writing and performing in a one man show called “The Fake Croatian”, a comedic and highly stylized retelling of his experience as an international student in the United States. His academic research is published in the Johns Hopkins Undergraduate Literary and Academic Journal, as well as being published as a poet in several collections. He has performed in numerous plays, and has several years of experience at improv comedy, but his first and true love has always remained writing.