Emona Stoykova is a theater designer from Sofia, Bulgaria, currently based in New York.

American scenic design credits include An Enemy Of The People (Yale Repertory Theatre) {2018 Outstanding Set Design Award Nomination - Connecticut Critics Circle}; Ella in the Tundra (The Signature Theatre); Dead Man’s Cellphone and Nothing is the End of the World (Stella Adler Studio); Old Friends That Just Met (Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute); The Hour of Great Mercy and Bulgaria! Revolt! (Yale School Of Drama); Alice WolfEnter Your SleepDragaret'18 and The Meal (Yale Cabaret); Kaspar (Acme Corporation); Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (Annex Theatre) and Potatoes of August (E.M.P Collective).  In Bulgaria, she worked with dir. Alexander Morfov on the productions Life Is Beautiful and Enchanted Night at the National theatre, as an assistant designer. Her film work includes costume design for Me, You, Nobody Else and Tales (short).

Emona holds an MFA in Set Design from Yale School of Drama, a BA in Scenography and a BA in Theory and Practice of Art Education, from the National Academy of Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria, and is a graduate of the National School of Fine Arts, Bulgaria.

She is a recipient of the 2018 Donald and Zorka Oenslager Fellowship, 2017/18 McDougal Scholarship and 2016/17 Ray Klausen Scholarship.  Her work was exhibited in the 2011 and 2015 Prague Quadrennial and will be featured in the American pavilion in PQ 2019 and at USITT 2019.