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Albert Ostermaier, Munich and Vienna
Dramatist. Born in Munich in 1967. Received a literary award from the city of Munich in 1990. Writes poetry, drama, prose. Albert Ostermaier has been writer in residence at the National Theatre in Mannheim and the Bavarian State Theatre in Munich. His work has received numerous awards including the Ernst Toller Prize, First Prize at the Heidelberg Playmarket and the Kleist Prize.
His plays “Zwischen den Feuern” (1994) “Tatar Titus” (1997), “The Making of B-Movie” (1998) and “Death Valley Junction” (1999) were all read at the Theatertreffen’s playmarket. Other plays include “Radio Noir”, “Letzter Aufruf”, “99 Degrees”, “Katakomben” and “Auf Sand”. His new play “Nach den Klippen” will be premiered at the Vienna Burgtheater in January 2005.
Albert Ostermaier
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Slobodan Šnajder, Zagreb
Dramatist and Theatre Director. Born in Zagreb in 1948. Studied Philosophy and English at Zagreb University. Began publishing plays, stories and essays in 1967 and has been a co-founder and long-time editor of the theatre magazine “Prolog” and a long-time columnist for the newspaper “Novi list” since 1968.
His plays include “Der kroatische Faust”, “Die Schlangenhaut”, “Der Trost der nördlichen Meere”, “Ham, ein Todeslauf”, “Gamlett” and “Bauhaus”.
Slobodan Šnajder

Christiane Pohle, Berlin
Director. Born in Berlin in 1968. From 1988 to 1992 trained as an actor in Hamburg and then worked as an actor from 1992 to 1999. In 1999 she directed “sitzen in Hamburg” after Chekhov’s “Drei Schwestern” at the Hamburger Kammerspiele. This production won her the 2000 Impulse Prize and the 2001 Gertrud Eysoldt Prize for young directors. Since 2000 she has directed regularly at the Schauspielhaus Zurich and the Theater in der Fabrik (TiF) in Dresden in addition to productions at Freiburg Theatre, the Kammerspiele in Munich, the Salzburg Festival and the Vienna Burgtheater.
In March 2005 she will direct the premiere of “Betrachte meine Seel” from her own script at the Sophiensæle in Berlin.
Christiane Pohle

Guntram Brattia, Frankfurt / Main
Director and Actor. Born in 1966. After training at the Otto Falckenberg school in Munich, he worked as an actor at the Bavarian State Theatre in Munich, Bonn Theatre and the Deutsches Theater Berlin. For the last four seasons, he has been a company member at schauspielfrankfurt. In addition to his many acting roles – in film and television as well as on stage – he has also directed productions at the Deutsches Theater Berlin and Freiburg Theatre. His production of Terry Johnson’s “Insignificance” can currently be seen at the Hans Otto Theater Potsdam.
Guntram Brattia

Iris Laufenberg, Berlin
Director of Theatertreffen. Born in Cologne in 1966. Studied Applied Theatre Studies at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen from 1986 to 1991. Subsequently dramaturg at Bonn Theatre and then from 1997 to 1999 at Bremen Theatre. In 1994, 1996 and 2002 she was artistic director of the European theatre festival Bonner Biennale. In 2002 Iris Laufenberg became director of the Berlin Theatertreffen. She also teaches theatre design at postgraduate level for the Technical University, Berlin.
Iris Laufenberg
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