Nikola Tempír graduated in 2010 from the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, where he studied set design with Prof. Jan Dušek. He collaborates with a number of theatres in Prague and elsewhere in the CzechRepublic. He has designed numerous sets, with the most noteworthy being for the productions of Oginski’s Polonaise, Tartuffe Games and Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard (Na zábradlí Theatre, Prague), Tvrdě / měkce and Láska, vole (Petr Bezruč Theatre, Ostrava), Die Fledermaus, Gameboy and Ladies’ Tailor (Municipal Theatre, Kladno), Kokkola, Kabaret R.I.P. and Ballad for a Bandit (F. X. Šalda Theatre, Liberec), Dabing Street (Dejvice Theatre, Prague), The Cripple of Inishmaan, There Were Five of Us and The Pied Piper (Klicpera Theatre, Hradec Králové), Fuk, Oedipus (South Bohemia Theatre, České Budějovice), etc.
Updated: August 2013