About Dana Tzvetkov

designs and constructs costumes for opera ballet and theater. Her work has been featured in the Central City Opera’s Tosca (2016) and Carmen (2017), as well as the National Opera Association’s Hagar (2016). Her designs have appeared on Indiana University’s Musical Arts Center stage in Saudade, Carmen, and Peter Grimes. She has designed rentals for Ball State Opera Theater, Mississippi Opera, DePauw University, and Butler University. She worked alongside Linda Pisano for Opera San Antonio to build costumes for a cast including Patricia Racette and Michelle DeYoung. She has been commissioned to create concert gowns for DeYoung and Sylvia McNair. Tzvetkov served as the costume shop supervisor for IU Opera and Ballet Theater from 2013 until recently, when she was promoted to shop manager. She returned to Central City Opera in summer of 2018 to coordinate its production of Il Trovatore.

Recent Credits

Cultural Immersion

IU Theatre — Cutter/Draper