Robert Beyer

Robert Beyer

Born in Rostock in 1969. Has been a member of the Schaubühne ensemble since 1999. From 1992 to 1996 he studied acting at the »Ernst Busch« Academy of Dramatic Art Berlin. In 1996 he acted at the bat-Studiotheater in a number of productions including »The Unknown Woman« by Alexander Blok (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier) and in »Gewisse Anzahl Gespräche« by Alexander Vvedensky (Direction: Gennadi Bogdanov and Christian von Treskov). In 1996 he played Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind’s »Spring Awakening« at the Schauspiel Leipzig (Direction: Johanna Schall). From 1996 to 1999 he was engaged at the Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf where he played roles including Mortimer in Schiller’s »Maria Stuart« (Direction: Dietrich Hilsdorf, 1996), Johannes in Einar Schleef’s production of »Salome« (1997) and Crampas in »Effi Briest« after Theodor Fontane (Direction: Kazuko Watanabe, 1998). In 1999, he performed at the Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg as Kurt in »Fireface« by Marius von Mayenburg (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier, 1999). Numerous television and film roles, including »The Baader Meinhof Complexe« (Direction: Uli Edel, 2007), »Miss Stinnes Motors Round the World« (Direction: Erica von Moeller, 2008), »Between the lines – Tote haben keinen Hunger« (Direction: Sven Bohse, 2013), »The Book Thief« (Direction: Brian Percival, 2013), »Pinocchio« (Direction: Anna Justice, 2013), »Alles muss raus – Eine Familie rechnet ab« (Direction: Dror Zahavi, 2014) and »bestefreunde« (Direction: Jonas Grosch and Carlos Val, 2015).

Schaubühne (selected works)

Charly in »Goldene Zeiten« by Richard Dresser (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier, 2002)
Vati in »Das Kalte Kind« by Marius von Mayenburg (Direction: Luk Perceval, 2002)
George Garga in »Im Dickicht der Städte« by Bertolt Brecht (Direction: Grzegorz Jarzyna, 2003)
Nils by Falkenburg in »Der Würgeengel« by Karst Woudstra (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier, 2003)
Daniel de Bosola in Die Herzogin by Malfi by John Webster (Direction: Christina Paulhofer, 2004)
Thersites in Troilus und Cressida by William Shakespeare (Direction: James Macdonald, 2005)
Achim in Turista by Marius von Mayenburg (Direction: Luk Perceval, 2005)
Die Verstörung by Falk Richter (Direction: Falk Richter, 2005)
Ein Sommernachtstraum freely after William Shakespeare (Direction/Choreographie: Thomas Ostermeier, Constanza Macras, 2006)
Andrej in Drei Schwestern by Anton Tschechow (Direction: Falk Richter, 2006)
Mann (Ego) in Stoning Mary by Debbie Tucker Green (Direction: Benedict Andrews, 2007)
Harry Binion in Room Service by John Murray und Allen Boretz (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier, 2007)
Wurm in Kabale und Liebe by Friedrich Schiller (Direction: Falk Richter, 2008)
Polonius and Osrik in Hamlet by William Shakespeare (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier, 2008)
Holger Voss in Die Tauben by David Gieselmann (Direction: Marius von Mayenburg, 2009)
Gunther in Die Nibelungen by Friedrich Hebbel (Direction: Marius von Mayenburg, 2009)
Was kann eine gute stehende Schaubühne eigentlich wirken? Teil 2 (Realisation: Patrick Wengenroth, 2009)
Robert in Perplex by Marius von Mayenburg (Direction: Marius von Mayenburg, 2010)
Puschkin in Eugen Onegin after Alexander Puschkin (Direction: Alvis Hermanis, 2011)
Willy Batzler in Märtyrer by Marius von Mayenburg (Direction: Marius von Mayenburg, 2012)
Kirill Dudakow in Sommergäste by Maxim Gorki (Direction: Alvis Hermanis, 2012)
Pedro/John in Viel Lärm um Nichts by William Shakespeare (Direction: Marius von Mayenburg, 2013)
2666 by Roberto Bolaño (Direction: Àlex Rigola, 2014)
Die Ehe der Maria Braun after Rainer Werner Fassbinder (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier, 2014)
Rauch in Kasimir und Karoline by Ödön von Horváth (Direction: Jan Philipp Gloger, 2014)
Richard III. by William Shakespeare (Direction: Thomas Ostermeier, 2015)
Stück Plastik by Marius von Mayenburg (Direction: Marius von Mayenburg, UA 2015)
Westberlin An evening by and with Rainald Grebe (Direction: Rainald Grebe, UA 2015)
Beware of Pity by Stefan Zweig (Direction: Simon McBurney, 2015)
Professor Bernhardi by Arthur Schnitzler, Direction: Thomas Ostermeier (2016)
Peng by Marius von Mayenburg, Direction: Marius von Mayenburg (World Premiere 2017)

 

In this season

The Marriage of Maria Braun

After the original by Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Script: Peter Märthesheimer and Pea Fröhlich
Direction: Thomas Ostermeier 

Hamlet

by William Shakespeare
Direction: Thomas Ostermeier

Peng

by Marius von Mayenburg
Direction: Marius von Mayenburg

Professor Bernhardi

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

Richard III.

by William Shakespeare
Direction: Thomas Ostermeier

A Piece of Plastic

by Marius von Mayenburg
Direction: Marius von Mayenburg
World Premiere

Beware of Pity

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

Westberlin

An evening by and with Rainald Grebe
World Premiere
Direction: Rainald Grebe