Dramaturge – Hanover, Germany
Participant International Forum 2018
Anna-Katharina Müller was born in 1992 in Moers and grew up in Magdeburg. She is a dramaturge. After her high school diploma she studied at the Southeast Missouri State University, USA. She has a degree in stage acting and directing. She did an internship and an assistance at the Theater Magdeburg, Schauspiel Leipzig and Schauspiel Stuttgart. 2012-2015 she did her Bachelor’s degree in theatre studies at the University of Leipzig with the minors cultural sciences and English studies. 2015-2017 she studied dramaturgy in a Master’s programme at the Academy of Performing Arts Baden-Wuerttemberg. She was a dramaturge at the theatre production “Die Unerhörte” (director: Anna-Elisabeth Frick), that won the Körber Studio Junge Regie award in Hamburg. She founded and organized the FURORE-festival 2016, the first international festival for young theatre in cooperation with the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg. Since August 2017 she works as an assistant dramaturge at Schauspiel Hannover.