Drina Krlić is a costume designer and visual artist. She holds MFA in Stage Design from Northwestern University. She is originally from Serbia, where she holds a BA and MFA in Costume Design from the University of Arts in Belgrade. Recent costume design credits include Mary Stuart by Friedrich Shiller, directed by Alex Mallory; Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare directed by Danielle Roos at Josephine Louis Theater; Peter and the Starcatcher by Rick Elice and Dave Barry, directed by Nate Cohen; The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, directed by Alvin Chan at Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts; Chicago; Illinois.
The Angry Brigade by James Graham, directed by Nate Cohen at Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts.; Mephisto; directed by Boris Liješević at Novosadsko Pozorište (Ujvideki Szinhaz)
Her costume design for William Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus has been selected for the INNOVATIVE COSTUME OF THE 21ST CENTURY exhibition in Moscow, Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum.
She exhibited her work at Ontario Science Centre (Toronto) as part of a multimedia art project BODIES OF KNOWLEDGE; Lapidarium Museum ( Festival of visual arts Artery, Novigrad, Croatia) ; Belgrade Cultural Centre, The Cultural Center of Novi Sad ( The Festival of European and Independent films FILM IN EURO); The Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade ; Goethe Insitute in Belgrade and many more.