Petra Tejnorová created several successful productions during her studies at DAMU. In 2008 she was
nominated for the Alfréd Radok Award in the Talent category. She creates her own theatre projects
and also directs pieces by others. She has long focused on documentary theatre, physical and auteur
theatre, theatre research into various social and class levels. In her latest projects (NEVINA, NICK) she
has focused on the live cinema genre, which brings together theatre and film.
She has appeared in the Dejvice Theatre, HaDivadlo, the New Stage of the National Theatre, Ponec
Theatre, Archa Theatre, Divadlo Minor, Alfa Theatre, and in the venues Jatka 78, Alfred ve dvoře, Studio Alta or Roxy/NoD. Tejnorová's original works have been awarded not only in the Czech Republic, but also abroad. She
has made two successful short films “The Book about a Plan” and with Tereza Ondrova “Hallo? Is anyone out there?”. She is also a teacher at the Department of Alternative and Puppet Theatre at DAMU in Prague.