2016

  • Viliam Dočolomanský / Annual price of national opera Opera plus for the best choreography of show ODTRŽENÍ.
  • ODTRŽENÍ / CZECH DANCE PLATFORM 2016 for the best dance show of the year.

2012

  • Farm in the Cave is candidate to The Award of the Ministry of Culture for contribution to theater.
  • Viliam Dočolomanský was candidate to the Czech Theater DNA (Small Inventory festival).

2011

  • Viliam Docolomansky Winner of the XII Europe Prize Theatrical Realities.
  • Farm in the Cave was candidate to The Award of the Ministry of Culture for contribution to theater.

2008

  • The Grand Prix Golden Laurel Wreath Award for Best Overall Play, MESS Festival, Sarajevo, Bosnia.
  • Award Veljka Maricice for the best performance at the 15.International Small Scenes Theatre Festival in Rijeka, Croatia, for the performance Waiting Room.
  • Viliam Docolomanský and Farm in the Cave are candidates to the XI Europe Prize New Theatrical Realities.

2007

  • The Prize of the Respekt Magazine for the Waiting Room for the strongest dance performance.

2006

  • Total Theatre Award, awarded by the British leading Total Theatre Magazine, awarded at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the performance SCLAVI / The Song of an Emigrant.
  • A Fringe First Award, awarded by the Scottish newspaper The Scotsman and The Fringe Society, awarded at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the performance SCLAVI / The Song of an Emigrant.
  • A Herald Angel Award, awarded by the British newspaper The Herald, awarded at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the performance SCLAVI / The Song of an Emigrant.
  • Main Award of The Alfred Radok´s Prize for the performance SCLAVI / The Song of an Emigrant.
  • Main Award Veljka Maricice at the 13.International Small Scenes Theatre Festival in Rijeka, Croatia, for the performance SCLAVI / The Song of an Emigrant.

2005

  • Viliam Docolomansky and Farm in The Cave were awarded The Prize of the Theatre News and Sazka for the movement-based theatre for the performance SCLAVI / The Song of an Emigrant.
  • Viliam Docolomansky was awarded The Personality of the Year by the festival Next Wave.

2004

  • The Eastern Voices project achieved the first position in an I-theatre poll in the category of Extraordinary Theatre Act.

2003

  • Viliam Docolomansky was awarded The Slovak Literary Fund Award for the direction of the staging of The Maids (Jean Genet, BDNR, Bánská Bystrica).

2002

  • Viliam Docolomansky was awarded The Trojan Horse Award for the choreography to the staging of the performance Markéta Lazarová (directed by J. A. Pitínský, National Theatre, Prague).