Luba Zarembińska (Director) has been the artistic director of Station Szamocin Theatre in Szamocin, Poland, since 1997. She has directed at various theatres throughout Poland including Station Szamocin in Szamocin, Theatre 44 in Szamocin and Theatre of Adepts in Trzcianka. Zarembińska is known more notably for her interest in creating theatre pieces that ignite social change. Recently the Batory Foundation of Poland awarded Station Szamocin Theatre a grant to produce a project and perform in the former state agricultural companies where chronic unemployment threatens communicates with passivity and alcoholism. The theatre not only performs but encourages people from the threatened areas to take part in social change. Other projects that Zarembińska has created include Open Waiting Room, the social and cultural project aimed to the poorest inhabitants of villages of Western Poland, and KM 14,7 an international theatre project performed on rails, which documented the memories of WWII Polish and Germans inhabitants of Szamocin. Zarembińska has studied extensively at the Academy of Theatre in Warsaw and Biaystok where she has also been on the faculty and director of Puppet Theatre.