Magdalena Musial

Costume Designer Manon Lescaut

Magdalena Musial is a stage and costume designer. She studied at the
Higher School of Music and Visual Arts in Graz (Austria) and the Academy of
Fine Arts in Hamburg. She has designed sets and costumes for numerous
theatre and opera productions in Poland and abroad. Engagements include
stage designer for A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Styrian Autumn Festival);
Ibsen’s Nora (Schauspiel Leipzig); Romeo and Juliet (Theaterhaus Bremen);
Molnár’s Liliom (Theaterhaus Jena); Jon Fosse’s Night Sings Its Songs
(Schauspiel Leipzig); Hofmannsthal’s Electra (Theater Magdeburg); Biljana
Srbljanovič’s Family Stories (Deutsches Theater Berlin); Dea Loher’s Bluebeard
(Schiller Theater Berlin); Lotta Van den Berg’s Stillen (Toneelhuis Antwerpen/
Sophiensaele Berlin co-production); Grillparzer’s Medea (Nationaltheater
Weimar); Maria Kilpi’s Windstill (Gorki Theater Berlin). She has worked with
Mariusz Treliński since 2007, designing the costumes for his productions of
Boris Godunov (National Opera and Ballet Theatre, Vilnius; Polish National
Opera); Orfeo ed Euridice (Slovakian National Theatre, Bratislava; Polish National Opera); Aleko and Iolanta (Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg);
Turandot and Manon Lescaut (Polish National Opera). In 2010 the Association
of Polish Stage Artists (ZASP) granted Magdalena the Leon Schiller Award.