Director and manager of the Farm in the Cave theatre studio. He studied drama direction at JAMU in Brno, going on to pursue a doctorate at DAMU in Prague. Between 1991 and 1993 he founded and led the Bodea Moving Theatre, and worked in Czech and Slovak theatres. In 2001 he formed and founded the Farm in the Cave International Theatre Studio in Prague, with which he has produced Sonnets of Dark Love (2002), Journey to the Station (in cooperation with Truc Spherique; a theatrical event for performers from 13 countries, Žilina 2003) the project Voices of the East (2004) Sclavi / Song of an Emigrant (2005), Waiting Room (2006), Farm in the Cave – WORK DEMO / 2007.
Since 1994 he has taught at the Ida Kelarová International School for the Human Voice, lead workshops in the Czech Republic and abroad (the Netherlands, Korea, Poland, Germany, Argentina, UK, US, Brazil, Colombia etc.). He has worked with Nigeruab choreographer Olu Taiwo, Canadian choreographer Ted Robinson (ImPulsTanz, Vienna), Swedish choreographer and dancer Charlotte Ofverholm, Ukrainian singer and actor Mariana Sadovska, director J. A. Pitinský on his production of Markéta Lazarová (National Theatre, Prague) and Korean director Yung Ung Yangom.
Viliam Dočolomanský has written the music for several of his productions, writes for specialist periodicals, and lectures and works for the DAMU theatre school’s Research Institute for Dramatic and Stage Work.