Anna Hagen, of Brooklyn, NY, will graduate from Harvard with a degree in English and a secondary in Dramatic Arts. On campus, Anna has worked on over a dozen plays. Most recently, she directed Chekhov’s Three Sisters on the American Repertory Theater’s Loeb Mainstage. She helps edit Harvard’s literary magazine and she serves as president of the Signet Society for the arts. She has worked for theater companies Elevator Repair Service and The Wooster Group, and has translated essays from French to English for the André Breton foundation. She researched WWII hero Varian Fry for novelist Julie Orringer and elephants in early America for novelist Rajesh Parameswaran. She is currently writing a collection of short stories.