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Ida Feldmann

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After successfully completing a Master's degree in biology and mathematics in Münster, Ida Feldmann studied theatre studies and german literature at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum from 2018 to 2021. She completed her studies with an interdisciplinary Bachelor's thesis entitled »Staging Landscapes« on the topic of ecology and sustainability in the performing arts. During her studies, she was employed as a surtitle manager at Schauspielhaus Bochum, worked in the freelance scene, especially on productions in public spaces (including Theater Titanick, Münster|Leipzig; at.tension Festival, Lärz; atelier automatique, Bochum), and did internships at Theater Münster and Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin. She has worked for Yunus Ersoy, Max Czollek, Hakan Savaş Mican, Paul Spittler, Jchj V. Dussel, Raphaël Amahl Khouri and Anna Bader, among others. At the Maxim Gorki Theater she worked as a member of the dramaturgy department for the festival PUGS IN LOVE - Queer Week 2021 and for the production »DARK ROOM revisited«.

Since the 2021/22 season, Ida Feldmann is an assistant dramaturg at the Theater und Orchester Heidelberg. In her first season, she developed the immersive theatre performance »boozing fencing heidelberg«, a research play on the topic of fraternities, with the collective Institut für Kontrolle und Exzess, which she co-founded, and took over the dramaturgy for »Waiting for the Barbarians«, a cooperation between Theatre and Dance. In the 2022/23 season, she is dramaturgically supervising the first performance of »Teeth and Claws« by Peter Thiers, directed by Brit Bartkowiak, and »Pirsch« by Ivana Sokola, which will open the Heidelberg Stückemarkt 2023.


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