Labajová Lucie

Stage and costume designer

Lucie Labajová is a distinctive Czech stage and costume designer. Her work has been often done in association with director Anna Petrželková, like in the Petr Bezruč Theatre in Ostrava. Her joint work is represented by the highly regarded production of Froth on the Daydream (2015), in which Labajová participated as an author of scenographic design and worked with costume designer Eva Jiřikovská or a successful adaptation of Romeo and Juliet (2012). In both cases, the original, dreamy and functional scene became the focal point of the scenographic and dramaturgic concept, which provided the productions with an unforgettable visual expression.

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Labajová and Petrželková also worked together in Goose on the String Theatre (Silent Tarzan (Stolen Diaries of a Phantom of Erotic Photos), 2012) or HaDivadlo, both in Brno (reFrankenstein, 2013). Her costume and scenographic work could be seen in Brno at the National Theatre Brno: Havel Writes to Husák and Agata Is Looking for a Job (both in Reduta Theatre, 2009), or Želary (My Heart) (Mahen Theatre, 2017). Labajová’s work is also associated with director Dodo Gombár, with whom she has worked in the Municipal Theatre Zlín (Merlin or the Waste Land, 2009), or in the Švanda Theatre in Prague (The Breaking of the Bread, 2017). Labajová currently works for many Czech theatres (Švanda Theatre, National Theatre Brno, Petr Bezruč Theatre, Goose on the String Theatre, Polárka Theatre and others) and alternative theatre companies (Tantehorse – physical mime theatre, Feste Theatre). Labajová also works as a book and press graphic designer and typographer (she participated in the Triennial of the Artistic Book Binding in Kroměříž, Gorolski Świeto Folklore Festival in Jablunkov, Mezipatra Film Festival and others).

Lucie Labajová studied the Art School in Ostrava and graduated from stage design in Jana Preková’s studio at the Theatre Faculty, Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno.


Lucie Labajová