Zuzana Ježková, Costume Designer, was educated at the Academy of Performing Arts in her home town of Prague, earned a master's degree in theatrical and film design, and studied further at Nottingham Trent University. She made her début as costume designer at The Göteborg Opera with Eugene Onegin in 2008 and designed the costumes for Věc Makropulos in 2015. Other operas include Benjamin Britten's The Turn of the Screw and The Polish Jew by Karel Weis in Prague. She has collaborated with David Radok on productions such as Leaving by Václav Havel at The Archa Theatre in Prague and Shakespeare's As You Like It at the Revolving Auditorium in Český Krumlov, as well as Troilus and Cressida at Prague National Theatre. In addition to opera and theatre, Zuzana Ježková has also worked as a costume designer for television and film, including three musical films based on works by the Czech composer Bohuslav Martinůs, The Voice of the Forest, The Amazing Flight and The Tears of the Knife. Season 2019/202 Zuzana Ježková will be responsible for costume design for the opera Death in Venice at The Göteborg Opera.