EverywomanPhoto: Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: Armin Smailovic 
 
 
 
 
 
EverywomanPhoto: © Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: © Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: © Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: © Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: © Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: © Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: © Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: © Salzburger Festspiele / Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Salzburger Festspiele / Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: © Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: © Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: © Armin Smailovic 
EverywomanPhoto: Armin Smailovic
Everywoman, Photo: Armin Smailovic 
 
 

Ursina Lardi

Member of the Schaubühne ensemble since 2012. Born in Samedan (Switzerland). Studied acting at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin. Engagements at the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, Schauspiel Frankfurt, Schauspiel Hannover, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg and the Berliner Ensemble. Numerous appearances in films and on television including in »The White Ribbon« (2009, directed by Michael Haneke, Palme d’Or at Cannes), »Lore« (2012, directed by Cate Shortland, Lola in Bronze) and »Der namenlose Tag« (2017, directed by Volker Schlöndorff). Accolades include: 2006 Prize of the Eliette von Karajan Cultural Foundation, 2014 Swiss Film Award for Best Actress, 2017 Hans Reinhart Ring, the most prestigious Swiss award for theatre professionals. Guest of honour with her own retrospective at the 2016 Solothurn Film Festival.

Mitleid. Die Geschichte des Maschinengewehrs (Compassion. History of the Machine Gun) by Milo Rau, Director: Milo Rau (World Premiere, 2016)
Everywoman by Milo Rau and Ursina Lardi, Director: Milo Rau (World Premiere, 2020)

Lulu by Frank Wedekind, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2004)
Turista by Marius von Mayenburg, Director: Luk Perceval (2005)
Sommergäste by Maxim Gorki, Director: Alvis Hermanis (2012)
Die gelbe Tapete after Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Director: Katie Mitchell (2013)
For the Disconnected Child by Falk Richter, Director and Choreographie: Falk Richter (2013)
Die kleinen Füchse – The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2014)
Die Ehe der Maria Braun (The Marriage of Maria Braun) after Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2014)
Ödipus der Tyrann after Sophokles / Friedrich Hölderlin (Director: Romeo Castellucci, 2015)
Mitleid. Die Geschichte des Maschinengewehrs by Milo Rau, Director: Milo Rau (Uraufführung, 2016)
LENIN by Milo Rau & Ensemble, Director: Milo Rau (World Premiere, 2017)
Champignol wider Willen by Georges Feydeau, Director: Herbert Fritsch (2018)
Everywoman by Milo Rau and Ursina Lardi, Director: Milo Rau (World Premiere, 2020)
Bad Kingdom by Falk Richter, Director: Falk Richter (World Premiere, 2023)