Andrea Kurmann

Andrea Kurmann became an independent performer and director in 1999 after a being employed as an actress at the Deutsches Stadttheater and other guest contracts. She put the plays “Messer in Hennen”, “Kassandra” and “radio suspense” on in Leipzig. She works on the piece “Solo” with the Swiss clown duo Ursus & Nadeschkinin Zurich, Berlin and New York. At the Magdeburg Puppettheatre she stages plays form ‘1001 Nights – bath phantasies’ and the ‘Froschkönig’. At the Berlin Ensemble she showed her ‘DJ Performance with 7 Answeringmachines’ as well as ‘ecstasy’ at the Berlin Postfuhramt and in Weimar (Festival for experiemntal art 2000).

Since 2004 she runs the ‘Theater Endlich’ (for handicapped actors) in Braunschweig.

In 2002 she and Gerda Müller founded sofamobile – an onteractive storytelling and improvisation theatre. In 2004 sofamobile developed into WHAT HAPPENS NEXT LADIES, an improvisational show which is performed regularly in Berlin.

In 2005 Andrea Kurmann created the performance picture jockey medea in Zurich and continues to be seen in picassos-women (director Barbara Geiger) and in the TV movie in ‘Schöne Tiffany’.