Klára Latzková was born Klára Dvořáková in 1983 in Nové Město na Moravě, where she passed her school leaving exams at the local Vincenc Makovský Grammar School in 2000. She also took Drama Studies at the Jan Štursa Art School in the same town, where she acquired a love for the theatre.
From 2000 she taught Drama Studies at the same art school for eight years while taking Theatre Studies at Masaryk University. In 2008 she completed her Master’s degree with a dissertation entitled The Beginnings of Realism on the Czech Theatre Stage in Brno.
From the 2008/2009 season she has been engaged as a dramaturge at Brno City Theatre, and has been involved in the creation of more than thirty-five productions, most of which were at the Music Theatre. She primarily collaborates with the directors Stanislav Moša, Petr Gazdík and Stanislav Slovák. Her fondest memories are of the productions Mozart!, Spring Awakening, Eine Gute Partie, Funny Girl, Young Frankenstein, Treasure Island, Whistle Down the Wind and Radúz and Mahulena.
Klára Latzková has been the Chief Editor of Dokořán magazine since April 2018.
She is married and has two children. Apart from her family, she loves her work, tulips, and roasting sausages over a campfire.