Veronika Bachfischer

Veronika Bachfischer

Born in Augsburg in 1985. Member of the ensemble at the Schaubühne since season 2016/17. From 2006–08 she studied philosophy at the University of Vienna. From 2008–12 she studied acting at the Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen. During her studies, she had first engagements at e. g. Schauspielhaus Bochum (»Parzival« by Lukas Bärfuss, direction: Martina von Boxen, 2011) and at the Ruhrtriennale (»Gisela! Oder die merk- und denkwürdigen Wege des Glücks« by Hans Werner Henze, direction: Pierre Audi, 2010). From 2014–16 she was engaged at the Staatstheater Karlsruhe, after having been part of the ensemble of the Junges Staatstheater from 2012-14. Cooperations e. g. with Jan Philipp Gloger (»Schatten (Eurydice says)« by Elfriede Jelinek, 2015), Hans-Werner Kroesinger (»Stolpersteine ​​Staatstheater«, 2016, invited to the Berliner Theatertreffen 2016), Avishai Milstein (»Love hurts«, 2015, co-production with the Beit Lessin Theater Tel Aviv), Mina Salehpour (»The Camel without a Cusp«, 2013) and Patrick Wengenroth (»Men's Fantasies«, 2013). In 2016 she received the Goldenen Fächer, the young talent award of the Kunst- und Theatergemeinde Karlsruhe.

 

Schaubühne

Professor Bernhardi by Arthur Schnitzler, Direction: Thomas Ostermeier (2016)
Dead Dog at Dry Cleaners: the Strong by Angélica Liddell, Direction: Angélica Liddell (2017)
LENIN by Milo Rau & Ensemble, Direction: Milo Rau (World Premiere, 2017)
Italian Night by Ödön von Horváth, Direction: Thomas Ostermeier (2018)
März after the novel by Heinar Kipphardt, Direction: David Stöhr (2019)
Danke Deutschland – Cảm ơn nước Đức by Sanja Mitrović, Text and Direction: Sanja Mitrović (World Premiere, 2019)

 

In this season

Danke Deutschland – Cảm ơn nước Đức

by Sanja Mitrović and ensemble
Direction: Sanja Mitrović
World Premiere
Globe

Italian Night

by Ödön von Horváth
in a version by Thomas Ostermeier and Florian Borchmeyer 
Direction: Thomas Ostermeier

Youth without God

by Ödön von Horváth
Direction: Thomas Ostermeier

LENIN

by Milo Rau & Ensemble
Direction: Milo Rau

März

after the novel by Heinar Kipphardt
in a version by David Stöhr
Direction: David Stöhr
Studio

Professor Bernhardi

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