Tamara Pomoriški
Tamara PomoriškiArtistic director for the Memory of Nations Theatre
Tamara Pomoriški is a director and playwright, and is the artistic director for the Memory of Nations Theatre. She studied theatre directing at the DAMU in Prague and specializes in theatre work with youth and with historical themes. She is the author of several radio plays and productions that have been performed in various theatres in the Czech Republic and abroad.
Štěpánka Proučilová
Štěpánka Proučilová Coordinator of the Memory of Nations Theatre
Štěpánka Proučilová studied social anthropology at the University of Pardubice and various paths led her to Post Bellum, where she coordinates educational activities including events for the Memory of Nations Theatre and Stories of Our Neighbors.

Lecturers

Daniela Jirmanová is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Ostrava. She studied theatre science at Charles University and worked as a dramaturge in various theatres in Ostrava. Currently, she is the head of the Studio for Theatre Education at the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre.

Tomáš Jirman is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Ostrava. He graduated in acting at DAMU and works as an actor and director at the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre. He also collaborates with the Czech Radio, where he creates literary-dramatic works.

Barbora Černochová is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Prague 7. She studied Educational Drama at DAMU and leads the literary-dramatic department at ZUŠ Klecany. As an actress, she performs at the Minor Theatre and at Studio Damúza. She is also a co-author of performances for the little ones at Na Kárke Theater.

Alena Skálová is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Prague 6. She specializes in visual theatre and working with young people. After studying at DAMU, she founded the Missing Pages Theatre in the UK, where she prepares original and documentary productions. Learn more at https://www.alenaskalova.com/ 

Adéla Horáková is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Prague 4. She studied theory and history of theatre, film, and media at Palacký University and media studies at Charles University. She implements theatre projects for young people from the Czech Republic and Germany within the framework of ČOJČ – Theater Network of Bohemia and Bavaria. 

Jitka Míčková is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Prague 8. She studied the pedagogical school and educational drama at DAMU. She works as a kindergarten teacher, author of educational and experiential workshops, lecturer, and methodologist of experiential workshops. 

Viktória Pejková is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Prague 1. She is a professional actress and performer. She is a graduate of JAMU in Brno, where she majored in stage acting. She has worked in theatres in Brno and Ostrava, where she participated in various productions. 

Kateřina Szopová is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Prague 11. She studied cultural dramaturgy in theatre practice at the Silesian University in Opava. She works in professional acting, dubbing, radio production, and drama education. 

Kateřina Dojčánová is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Pardubice. She studied educational drama at DAMU. She is a teacher of literature and drama at the primary school in Holice. She is also a theatre lecturer at the East Bohemian Theatre in Pardubice. 

Nina Doubková is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Liberec. She has been leading drama classes for children and youth for twenty years. She is part of the team of the North Bohemian branch of Memory of Nations in Liberec, where she is involved in various projects. She runs the Liberec Theatre Studio and is a lecturer at Memory of Nations workshops. 

Jana Neduha is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Hradec Králové. She is a graduate of the Theatre and Education Studio at JAMU and a student of educational drama at DAMU. She works as the head of the lecturing department at the Drak Theatre, where she works with children’s audiences and theatre productions with young people. She has a special fondness for looking at the world through children's eyes.

Klára Fidlerová is a lecturer at the theatre studio in Hradec Králové. She studied teaching the Czech and English languages at the University of Hradec Králové and drama education at DAMU. She gained experience in various types of schools and in amateur theatre groups.