Michal Janicki

Trap Door credits

Graphic Design
  • Queen C
  • Dinner with Marx
  • And Away We Stared
  • Discourse Without Grammar
  • Lipstick Lobotomy
  • The White Plague
  • Love and Information
  • The Killer
  • 25/25 Festival
  • Tango
  • The Old Woman Broods
  • Naked
  • Monsieur d’Eon is a Woman
  • Letter of Love (The Fundamentals of Judo)
  • The Locketeer
  • THEY
  • Occidental Express
  • Into The Empty Sky
  • The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
  • Phèdre
  • Fantasy Island for Dummies
  • No Matter How Hard We Try
  • How to Explain The History of Communism to Mental Patients
  • The Duchess of Malfi
  • The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls
  • The Universal Wolf
  • The Woman Before
  • La Bête
  • Cookie Play
  • John Doe
  • Regarding the Just
  • Vatzlav
  • Judith: A Parting from the Body
  • Blood on the Cat’s Neck
  • The Balcony
  • Core of the PUDEL: Gutting the Legend of Faust
  • The Unveiling and Dozens of Cousins
  • The Arsonists
  • Smartphones
  • Anger/Fly
  • They Are Dying Out
  • the word progress on my mother’s lips doesn’t ring true
  • OVERWEIGHT, unimportant: MISSHAPE – A European Supper
  • First Ladies
  • Hamletmachine
  • Me Too, I am Catherine Deneuve
  • Chaste: An Awful Comedy
  • Minna
  • 12 Ophelias: A Play with Broken Songs
  • A Couple of Poor, Polish-Speaking Romanians
  • Horses at the Window
  • The Unconquered
  • No Darkness Round My Stone
  • Beholder
  • The Beastly Bombing
  • Eva Peron
  • Emma
  • The Swan
  • Alice in Bed
  • The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant
  • Request Programme
  • The Fourth Sister
  • Old Clown Wanted
  • The Crazy Locomotive
  • AmeriKafka
  • People Annihilation or My Liver is Senseless
  • Letters to the President
  • Garden of Delights

Resident Graphic Designer

Michal Janicki (he/him/his) joined Trap Door in 2016. Originally from Bialystok, he graduated and teaches at University of Illinois at Chicago as well as Columbia College. About his journey to Trap Door, he says, “My brother introduced me to Trap Door Theatre while I was a student. We saw The Shoemakers two decades ago, and my world has never been the same since.” For more information, visit his website: https://studiobema.com/