Adéla Stodolová

Adéla Stodolová is a graduate of the Institute of Non-verbal and Comedic Theatre, HAMU, and the Duncan Centre Dance Conservatory in Prague. As well as her education in dance and movement she has experience in drama – she played the main role in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in the Rokoko Theatre, appeared in Lidumor aneb má játra beze smyslu at the Comedy Theatre directed by D. Pařízek, and cooperated in the direction of the project 9 lives at the AHA Theatre. At the Na zábradlí Theatre she created the choreography for a staging of Happy End directed by Jiří Ornest. She has acted in a theatre project and film by Professor Ctibor Turba entitled Giro di Vita and appeared in other theatre projects, including Pohyblivý kabinet (The Moving Cabinet) - 1998, Archa v pohybu (Archa on the Move) - 2000, 1203 aneb není mi smutno (1203 or I’m not sad) - 2002.
At the Alfred in the Courtyard Theatre in Autumn 2002 she premiered her first full-length solo venture entitled Všechna jediná, which went on to win the prize for best alternative performance in the 2002/2003 season awarded by the Theatre News and Sazka lottery. In the National Theatre she colaborated on Janáček’s opera The Excursions of Mr. Brouček (2003).