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Freelance costume designer Anni Füzér graduated from the Hungarian College of Fine Arts (now a university) after studying set design in the set and costume design department under Nelly Vágó and László Székely.
She has worked in theatres in Budapest and around Hungary, including the Katona József Theatre, the National Theatre, the Comedy Theatre of Budapest, the Radnóti Theatre, the Hungarian State Opera, the Budapest Operetta Theatre, the Thália Theatre; the Móricz Zsigmond Theatre of Nyíregyháza, the National Theatre of Győr, the Petőfi Theatre of Veszprém, and the National Theatre of Miskolc.
Abroad, she has worked on assignments in Bucharest, Pilsen, Warsaw, Sankt Pölten and Saint Petersburg.

Awards and Recognitions:
Theatre Critics' Award (2000)
Pécs National Theatre Festival, award for best costumes (Howard Barker: Scenes from an Execution, Dostoevsky: The Idiot, 2003)
Mari Jászai Award (2006)
Nelly Vágó Commemorative Medal (2009)

Major credits:
Stein–Bock–Harnick: Fiddler on the Roof, Comedy Theatre of Budapest, costumes
Horace McCoy: They Shoot Horses, Don't They?, Comedy Theatre of Budapest, set
Márquez–Schwajda: One Hundred Years of Solitude, Comedy Theatre of Budapest, set and costumes
David Eldridge: Festen, Pest Theatre, set
Arthur Miller: The Crucible, Comedy Theatre of Budapest, costumes
Carlo Gozzi: Turandot, New Theatre, set and costumes
Ernő Szép: Purple Wisteria, Pest Theatre, set and costumes
Ödön von Horváth: Casimir and Caroline, Móricz Zsigmond Theatre, set and costumes
Mozart: Don Giovanni, National Theatre of Miskolc, costumes
Busoni: Doktor Faust, Hungarian State Opera, costumes
Wagner: The Flying Dutchman, Szeged Open-Air Theatre, costumes
Sándor Weöres: The Two-Headed Beast, Katona József Theatre – Kamra, costumes
Fyodor Dostoevsky: The Idiot, Katona József Theatre – Kamra, costumes
Frances Ya – Chu Cowhig: The World of Extreme Happiness, Katona József Theatre, costumes
Tadeusz Słobodzianek: Our Class, Katona József Theatre, costumes
Pál Závada: Hungarian Festival, National Theatre, costumes
Ferenc Jávori: Wedding Dance, Budapest Operetta Theatre, costumes
Lévay–Kunze: Marie Antoinette, Budapest Operetta Theatre, costumes
Howard Barker: Scenes from an Execution, Örkény Theatre, set and costumes; director: Pál Mácsai

Luigi Pirandello: Enrico IV, Radnóti Theatre, set and costumes; director: Stefano De Luca
Eduardo De Filippo: These Ghosts, Radnóti Theatre, set and costumes, director: Stefano De Luca

Anni Füzér