Wojciech Dziedzic

Costume Designer

He trained at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and at the Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London. He has designed costumes for over 70 theatre, opera, dance, and musical productions.

His works have been presented on the stages of Teatro Real in Madrid, Opera National in Paris, Dutch National Opera in Amsterdam, Komische Oper Berlin, Opera de Lyon, Oper Frankfurt, La Monnaie/De Munt in Brussels, Opéra national du Rhin in Strasbourg, Washington National Opera, Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Polish National Opera in Warsaw, Staatstheater Stuttgart, Teatro Comunale Bologna, Schauspielhaus Hamburg, Toneelschuur in Haarlem, Theatre Utrecht, and TR Warszawa, among others. 

He has collaborated with directors such as: Pierre Audi, Katie Mitchell, Johan Simons, John Fulljames, Clement Cogitore, Nanouk Leopold, Thomas Ostermeier, Grzegorz Jarzyna, Robert Icke, Pia Partum, Mariusz Treliński, and Thibaud Delpeut.

He regularly works for the International Theatre Amsterdam. He has devised costumes for numerous productions staged by Ivo van Hove both for theatre (Mary Stuart, Angels in America, Cries and Whispers, And Well Never Be Parted, The Miser, La Dame aux camélias) and opera (Mazeppa, Brokeback Mountain, Macbeth). 

Wojciech Dziedzic has also worked on Broadway productions: Ivo van Hove’s take on The Crucible and Sam Gold’s staging of The Glass Menagerie.

In 2019 he designed costumes for a three-day performance of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Aus Light directed by Pierre Audi for the Holland Festival and Clement Cogitore’s production of Les Indes Galantes for the Opéra national de Paris (Bastille). 

He collaborated with Mariusz Treliński on Król Roger (Wrocław Opera, Edinburgh Festival, Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg) and La bohème for the Washington National Opera.  

Current engagements:
Arabian Apocalypse, Festival d’Aix en Provence, directed by Pierre Audi
Shrine, Opéra de Lyon, directed by Richard Brunell
Anatomy of a Suicide, Berliner Ensemble, directed by Nanouk Leopold
The Hours, International Theatre Amsterdam, directed by Eline Arbo
Balthazar, Flemish Opera Antwerp, directed by Clement Cogitore 

fot. Cezary Hladki