Anne Lenk, born in 1978, studied Applied Theatre Studies in Gießen before moving to Munich to study Theatre Directing at Otto-Falckenberg-Schule. After graduating, she became Director-in-Residence at Theater Augsburg, followed by productions in Lübeck, Bochum, Aachen and Osnabrück. Recently, she has worked regularly at Residenztheater, Munich, Thalia Theater Hamburg and Deutsches Theater Berlin. Her world premiere production of Franz Xaver Kroetz’ “Du hast gewackelt. Requiem für ein liebes Kind” was invited to the 2013 Mülheimer Theatertage. “Räuberhände”, based on Finn-Ole Heinrich, was presented at the 2013 Augenblick mal! festival in Berlin and her world premiere production of Nis-Momme Stockmann’ “Phosphorus” was shown at the 2014 Autorentheatertage at Deutsches Theater Berlin. She has taught as the Vienna Conservatory and the Berlin University of the Arts. Her 2019 staging of “Der Menschenfeind (The Misanthrope)” by Molière at Deutsches Theater Berlin was not only invited to the Berlin Theatertreffen but also nominated for the 2020 Friedrich Luft Prize.
As of March 2020