The designer Michaela Červenková was born in 1963 in Opava. She attended the Secondary School of Arts in Prague and later on studied set design at the Faculty of Theatre at Prague’s Academy of Performing Arts. During her studies she cooperated with stage directors M. Dočekal and J. Nekvasil. At the present time, she works as a freelance art designer and set designer. She deals with theatre and television creation and cooperates with an architectonic studio PH5, participating in artistic design of interiors.
Especially noteworthy among the theatre productions she has worked on are: Zannetto by P. Mascagni, and The Tears of the Knife by B. Martinů (Disk Praha), Puccini’s La Bohéme (Košice), Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro (Opera Mozart Prague), Death by Woody Allen, Arabella by R. Strauss (Ostrava), J. Drda’s fairy tale Dalskabáty, an Ungodly Village (Příbram), A. Jarry’s Ubu Roi, Tonka Šibenice by M. Macourek, Albee’s The Ballad of the Sad Cafe (Theatre in Řeznická, Prague) and Murlin Murlo by N. Koljada for the theatre company NUN.Update: 2005