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Barbora Krupkova

Meet Barbora Krupkova, a versatile actress born on April 8, 1996, in Zlin, Czech Republic. In 2021, she earned her degree from the prestigious Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU), guided by renowned actors and educators like Eva Salzmannová, Ondřej Vetchý, and director Michal Dočekal.

Barbora’s journey at Divadlo Petra Bezruce, where she works full-time, began with her impactful role as Andula in Milos Forman’s Czech classic “Loves of a Blond.” Her recent performances showcase remarkable versatility, portraying characters like Ophelia in Hamlet, Grushenka in Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lenka in Kafka’s The Trial, Mallory in The Last Match by Anna Ziegler, Laura in Florian Zeller’s “The Father,” and the midwife role of Eva in “Pieces of a Woman,” among others. Notably, she earned a Thalia Awards nomination for her compelling portrayal of Barbora in The Leaning Church by Karin Lednicka.

Beyond acting, Barbora is a skilled oboe player, singer, and a dynamic emcee/host for events. Her theatrical repertoire extends to diverse productions, including August: Osage County at City Theatre Zlin, immersive theatre in Prague’s Pomezi, and The Spanish Fly at Theatre J.K. Tyla in Plzeň.