Hans Kudlich began his professional life as an assistant at the Burgtheater after studying at the Mozarteum Salzburg and the Film Academy in Vienna. He now works as a freelance set designer for the Theater in der Josefstadt, Theater an der Wien, Volksoper and at houses in St. Gallen, Düsseldorf, Munich, Berlin, Sofia, Kiel, Stuttgart, Hamburg and Linz. Since 2005, the Skraup and Nestroy prize winner has been the head of set design at the Vienna Volkstheater, since 2014 Sen. Lec. for applied scenic design at the Max Reinhardt Seminar.
In addition, Hans Kudlich is particularly known for his exhibition architecture (Crystal Worlds, Centre Pompidou, Mozarthaus, Schönbrunn) and major events design (Summer Night Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic, Romy) are also part of the scenographer’s repetoire.
Yes, he really is a direct descendant of the peasant liberator Hans Kudlich.
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