The set and costume designer Leo Kulaš studied costume and fashion design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade. He created his first costume design in 1983 and has since created costumes for over 200 theatre, opera, film and TV productions in Europe. Kulaš has worked with renowned directors and at prestigious venues, such as the Hanover State Opera, the Thalia Theater Hamburg, the Landestheater Linz, the Vienna State Opera, the Latvian National Opera and the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. For ‹The Divine Comedy› at the Slovenian National Theatre Maribor, Kulaš was awarded with the Maribor Theatre Festival Award and the Prešeren Fund Award. In 2008 he received the Maribor Theatre Festival Award for ‹Das Käthchen von Heilbronn› in Ljubljana. Most recently, in 2020, he created the costumes for the musical ‹Les Misérables› and the opera ‹Elektra› at Sofia Opera. He has been working with Edward Clug for over 20 years. Kulaš created the costumes for Clug’s early ballets ‹Tango› (1998) and ‹Radio & Juliet› (2005), among others, as well as for his most recent works ‹Patterns› (2019) with the Stuttgart Ballet, ‹Carmina Burana› (2019) with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, and ‹Aperture› (2019) with the Nederlands Dans Theater. At Theater Basel, Kulaš is creating the costumes for Edward Clug's story ballet ‹Coppélia› in the season 22/23.