Roman Šolc

costume designer

Graduated from the Prague Dance Conservatory (1995). From 2001 – 2004 he was a member
of the ballet corps of the National Theatre in Prague. As a dancer, he was awarded 2nd Prize
at the 1997 Czech and Slovak Dance Competition in Brno, and was nominated
for the 1996 Thalia Prize for his role of Mercutio.

He also systematically devotes himself to costume design.
He has for example created costumes for the following ballets for the National Theatre in Brno:
Marie Stuart (1998), Ivan the Terrible (2002), An Evening of Ballet to the Music of Czech Composers (2004), The Rites of Spring (2006),
for the Prague Chamber Ballet:
Frescoes (1998), Slavonic Duets (1999), From Home (1999), Hiroshima (2000),
Maria's Dream (2002),
for the Theatre of J. K. Tyl in Pilsen:
The Lady With Camellias (2001), Some Like it Hot (2003), The Countess of Čachtice (2008),
for the Laterna Magika:
Graffiti (2002),
for the National Theatre in Prague:
Les Bras de Mer (2004), Ibbur (2005), Mozart? Mozart! (2006),
for the State Opera in Prague:
The Lady with Camellias (2003), Cinderella (2004), A Midsummer Night's Dream (2006).
His designs have also been used in many musical productions:
Cleopatra (2002), The Three Musketeers (2004), Golem (2006), Angelika (2007), Dracula,
Mona Lisa (2009).