Adéla Laštovková-Stodolová (born 1978) - graduated from the Duncan centre Conservatory in 1997, and in 2003 from the Faculty of Non-Verbal and Comedy Theatre of HAMU music school, under Professor Ctibor Turba. Since 2005 she has been a doctoral student at the Faculty of Alternative and Puppet Theatre at the DAMU Theatre school, where she also teaches. In addition to acting (work with Archa, Studio Y, Divaldo Komedie, Alfred ve dvoře and Rokoko theatres) she is a choreographer (The Banks of the Ganges and The Excursion of Mr. Brouček at the National Theatre Prague, Happy End at the Divadlo Na zábradlí and Paradise of the Heart, Labyrinth of the World in the Archa Theatre). She also engages in projects she authers herself (Za tim, All the Only ones, It's so lovely, že? and Little Death). All the Only Ones (shown in the Konvikt hall at the 2004 Theatre Featival) won the Divadelni noviny Prize in the Alternative section, the Audience Prize at the Czech Dance Platform, The Grand Prix at the Polish festival Zdarzenia, and the grand Prix at the Fiesta festival in Venezuela.
Laštovková has also worked with the SKUTR directorial tandem, appearing in the Archa Theatre in the projects Nickname, Through the Soul of a Child, Understand and Weepers. Within the Archa.lab project she conducts regular movement and dance theatre workshops.