Ewa Mikuła is a dramaturg, stage director and author. She graduated in theater studies at the Jagiellonian University and in stage directing (specializing in dramaturgy) at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Kraków.
Ewa created and directed several performances that were presented during the Shakespeare Festival in Gdańsk and the Young Directors Forum in Kraków. As a writer and dramaturg she worked with directors such as Helena Ganjalyan, Marcin Wierzchowski, Sławomir Narloch and Remigiusz Brzyk.
Ewa was granted with the prestigious Artists Scholarship from the city of Kraków for recognition of her talent, a prize given to the most promising artists in Poland.
Her journey with opera started while working as an assistant director with Krystian Lada on his production of Rossini’s Sigismondo, and her work has been watched in world renown festivals such as Opera Rara.
Ewa is Silesian and a foreign language enthusiast. She is interested in physical theatre and devised theatre technique. She has also conducted a documentary kind of workshop that explored identity amongst young Silesians.