Christoph Gawenda

Christoph Gawenda

Born in 1979. Has been a member of the Schaubühne ensemble since 2010. He studied acting from 2001 to 2005 at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover. In 2004 he took part in workshops at the State Arts Academy Theatre in St. Petersburg. After his studies he was engaged at the Staatsschauspiel Stuttgart and worked with directors including Friederike Heller, Volker Lösch, Michael Thalheimer, Hasko Weber, Thomas Dannemann and Árpád Schilling e. g. in »Fathers and Sons« (Direction: Friederike Heller, 2006), »Intrigue and Love« (Direction: Claudia Bauer, 2009) and »The Cherry Orchard« (Direction: Michael Thalheimer, 2010).
Numerous film productions such as »If Not Us, Who?« (Direction: Andreas Veiel, 2010), »Stalingrad« (Direction: Fedor Bondarchuk, 2012), »Meeres Stille« (Direction: Juliane Fezer, 2013) and »Auf einmal« (Direction: Asli Özge, 2014). He also worked on the audio book production »Die hohle Nadel oder der Schatz der Könige Frankreichs« (Direction: Stefan Hilsbecher, 2008). In 2007, he received the Kunstförderpreis of the city Neuss.

Schaubühne

Antigone by Sophokles (Direction: Friederike Heller, 2011)
Nikita in Die Macht der Finsternis by Leo Tolstoi (Direction: Michael Thalheimer, 2011)
Einsame Menschen by Gerhart Hauptmann (Direction: Friederike Heller, 2011)
Gaveston in Edward II by Christopher Marlowe (Direction: Ivo van Hove, 2011)
Also sprach Zarathustra Eine Übermensch-Revue für alle und Keinen by Patrick Wengenroth after Friedrich Nietzsche (Realisation: Patrick Wengenroth, 2012)
Ein Volksfeind by Henrik Ibsen (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier, 2012)
Galaxy (Direction and concept: BLITZ, 2012)
Angst essen Deutschland auf, texts by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (Realisation: Patrick Wengenroth, 2013)
Baal by Bertolt Brecht (Direction: Nicholas Mockridge, 2013)
Atmen by Duncan Macmillan (Direction: Katie Mitchell, 2013)
2666 by Roberto Bolaño (Direction: Àlex Rigola, 2014)
Richard III. by William Shakespeare (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier, 2015)
Nachtasyl by Maxim Gorki, Direction: Michael Thalheimer (2015)
Beware of Pity by Stefan Zweig (Direction: Simon McBurney, 2015)
Professor Bernhardi by Arthur Schnitzler,Direction: Thomas Ostermeier (2016)

 

In this season

An Enemy of the People

by Henrik Ibsen
Direction: Thomas Ostermeier

Professor Bernhardi

by Arthur Schnitzler
Version by Thomas Ostermeier and Florian Borchmeyer
Direction: Thomas Ostermeier

Richard III.

by William Shakespeare
Direction: Thomas Ostermeier

Beware of Pity

by Stefan Zweig
In a version by Simon McBurney, James Yeatman, Maja Zade and the ensemble
Direction: Simon McBurney