The bloggers of the 2022 Theatertreffen-Blog are:
Cennet Alkan studied Acting at the ETI Theatre School in Berlin from 2014 to 2017. After her studies, she took part in numerous productions and readings, which included events at the Maxim Gorki Theater and “Queer* East” at the Literarisches Colloquium Berlin. In 2019 she produced and directed the short film “Le cosmos est mon campement”. Cennet Alkan writes poetry and prose. In autumn 2020, her short story “Eierschalenweiß” was published by edition pudelundpinscher as part of the anthology “Trojanische Steckenpferde”.
Judith Altmeyer, born in 1989, studied Applied Theatre Studies at the Justus Liebig University in Gießen and Acting at the Norwegian Theatre Academy. She lives in Frankfurt am Main and works as a theatre maker, performer and costume designer. She finds that humour and thinking about topics of social criticism and feminism are closely tied together.
Sanaa Attar was born in Krefeld in 2001. After her Abitur she spent a year of voluntary social service in the theatre dramaturgy department of the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe. Since 2021 she has studied Cultural Studies and Aesthetic Practice at the University of Hildesheim, specialising in literature.
Ilias Botseas was born in Erbach im Odenwald in 1995 and is studying Theatre Studies and Journalism at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz. He is a juror for the Berliner Festspiele’s Theatertreffen der Jugend and is a member of the prize jury for the festival WESTWIND 2022. He recently curated the “audio venue tour” for Performing Arts Festival Berlin 2021. He streams on Twitch where he also runs the cultural format “peepoCultured” for Künstlerhaus Mousonturm.
Eva Königshofen works in the fields of dramaturgy, cultural journalism and communication. She presents a podcast for Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, and writes on film, theatre, comics and literature. She organises a feminist Wikipedia writing workshop together with friends.
Ia Tanskanen, born in 1985, works as a dramaturg, podcaster, theatre maker and theatre educator. She has studied Dramaturgy, Performing Arts and Community Youth Work. Her core topics are post-humanist dramaturgies, dramaturgies of the climate crisis and intersectional feminism.