Jule Böwe

Jule Böwe

Born in Rostock. Has been a member of the Schaubühne ensemble since 1999. Until 1992 she worked at the Injury Clinic in Berlin-Lichtenberg and in the Special Hospital in Berlin-Charlottenburg as a trained ergotherapist. In 1994 she passed her stage exam in acting, and has been a freelance actress at theatres as the Landestheater Parchim and the Theaterhaus Jena. From 1997 to 1998 she worked at the Baracke of the Deutsches Theater Berlin. First collaborations with Thomas Ostermeier in »Shopping and Fucking« by Mark Ravenhill (1997) and »Suzuki II« by Alexej Schipenko (1998). In 2002 she played at the Schauspielhaus Zürich in »The Clinic« by Lars Norén (Direction: Falk Richter, 2002) and in »Richard III« by William Shakespeare (Direction: Stefan Pucher). At the Deutsches Theater Berlin she was seen in the role of Lavinia in »Anatomie Titus Fall of Rome« by Heiner Müller (Direction: Dimiter Gotscheff, 2007).
Since 1999 she has also worked on audio books and film productions, e. g. in the films »Close« (Direction: Marcus Lenz, 2004), »Let the Cat Out of the Bag« (Direction: Florian Schwarz, 2005), »Black Sheep« (Direction: Oliver Rihs and Oliver Kolb, 2006), »Gefangene« (Direction: Iain Dilthey, 2006), »Gravity« (Direction: Maximilian Erlenwein, 2009), »The Silence« (Direction: Baran Bo Odar, 2010), »Carlos the Jackal« (Direction: Olivier Assayas, 2010), »Russian Disco« (Direction: Oliver Ziegenbalg, 2012), »Westerland« (Direction: Tim Staffel, 2012) and »Quatsch« (Direction: Veit Helmer, 2014).
In 1998 she was awarded the prize for best newcomer of the year by the magazine Theater heute. 2004 promotional award of the Art Prize of the City of Berlin. In 2005 she was awarded the prize for best actress for her role of Doris in »Let The Cat Out of the Bag« at the Independent International Film Festival in Brussels and the Jantar at the polish Koszalin Debut Films Festival. In 2006 she was pre-selected for the Deutscher Filmpreis in the category Best Performance and in 2007 she won the prize for best actress at the Filmfestival Turkey/Germany for her role in »Gefangene«.

Schaubühne (selection)

»4.48 Psychose« by Sarah Kane, Director: Falk Richter (2001)
Crystal in »Goldene Zeiten« by Richard Dresser, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2002)
Marie Garga in »Im Dickicht der Städte« by Bertolt Brecht, Director: Grzegorz Jarzyna (2003)
Maria in »Der Würgeengel« by Karst Woudstra, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2003)
Mascha in »Die Möwe« by Anton Tschechow, Director: Falk Richter (2004)
Joy in »Electronic City (Das System 1)« by Falk Richter, Director: Tom Kühnel (2004)
Grace in »Gesäubert« by Sarah Kane, Director: Benedict Andrews (2004)
Cressida in Troilus und Cressida by William Shakespeare, Director: James Macdonald (2005)
Die Dummheit by Rafael Spregelburd, Director: Tom Kühnel )2005)
Una in Blackbird by David Harrower, Director: Benedict Andrews (2005)
Elisabeth in Maria Stuart, Direction: Luk Perceval, 2006)
Julia in Augenlicht by Marius von Mayenburg, Director: Ingo Berk (2006)
Irina in Drei Schwestern by Anton Tschechow, Director: Falk Richter (2006)
Maggie in Die Katze auf dem heißen Blechdach by Tennessee Williams, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2007)
Mutter in Stoning Mary by Debbie Tucker Green, Director: Benedict Andrews (2007)
Der Hund, die Nacht und das Messer by Marius von Mayenburg, Director: Benedict Andrews (2008)
Anatol by Arthur Schnitzler, Director: Luk Perceval (2008)
Blanche in Endstation Sehnsucht by Tennessee Williams, Director: Benedict Andrews (2009)
Shen Te in Der gute Mensch von Sezuan by Bertolt Brecht, Director: Friederike Heller (2010)
Kristin in Fräulein Julie frei nach August Strindberg, Director: Katie Mitchell und Leo Warner (2010)
Die Heimkehr des Odysseus after Claudio Monteverdi, Director: David Marton (2011)
Christiane F. - Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo nach Kai Hermann und Horst Rieck, Realisation: Patrick Wengenroth (2011)
Einsame Menschen by Gerhart Hauptmann, Director: Friederike Heller (2011)
Das wohltemperierte Klavier Musical Theatre after Johann Sebastian Bach and the novel »Melancholie des Widerstands« by László Krasznahorkai, Director: David Marton (2012)
Galaxy, Director and Concept: BLITZ (2012)
The Black Rider by William S. Burroughs, Tom Waits and Robert Wilson, Director: Friederike Heller (2012)
Angst essen Deutschland auf, Texte by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Realisation: Patrick Wengenroth (2013)
Die bitteren Tränen der Petra von Kant by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Realisation: Patrick Wengenroth (2013)
2666 by Roberto Bolaño, Director: Àlex Rigola (2014)
Leonce und Lena by Georg Büchner, Realisation: Patrick Wengenroth (2014)
Divided Heaven by Christa Wolf, Director: Armin Petras (2015)
Ödipus der Tyrann nafter Sophokles/Friedrich Hölderlin, Director: Romeo Castellucci, 2015)
Nachtasyl by Maxim Gorki, Director: Michael Thalheimer, 2015)
The Invention of the Red Army Faction by a Manic-Depressive Teenager in the Summer of 1969 by
 Frank Witzel, Director: Armin Petras (2016)
Shadow (Eurydice Speaks) by Elfriede Jelinek, Director: Katie Mitchell, 2016)
The Imaginary Invalid by Molière, Director: Michael Thalheimer (2017) 
Zeppelin freely after Ödön von Horváth, Director: Herbert Fritsch (2017)
NULL by Herbert Fritsch, Director: Herbert Fritsch (2018)
status quo by Maja Zade, Director: Marius von Mayenburg (World Premiere 2019)
Die Anderen by Anne-Cécile Vandalem, Director: Anne-Cécile Vandalem (World Premiere, 2019)
Kein Weltuntergang (Not the End of the World) by Chris Bush, Director: Katie Mitchell (World Premiere, 2021)
Beyond Caring by Alexander Zeldin, Director: Alexander Zeldin (2022)


In this season

Not the End of the World

by Chris Bush
Translated from English by Gerhild Steinbuch
Direction: Katie Mitchell
World premiere

Beyond Caring

by Alexander Zeldin
Directior: Alexander Zeldin
Translated into German by Gerhild Steinbuch
German Premiere
Stage B

Die Anderen

by Anne-Cécile Vandalem
Direction: Anne-Cécile Vandalem
World Premiere
Stage A

status quo

by Maja Zade
Director: Marius von Mayenburg
World Premiere