Hanna Scheibe

Geboren 1973 in Marbach am Neckar, studierte Hanna Scheibe am Mozarteum in Salzburg Schauspiel. Ihr erstes Engagement hatte sie von 2000 bis 2005 am Staatstheater Stuttgart, wo sie u. a. mit René Pollesch, Dimiter Gotscheff und Hasko Weber zusammenarbeitete. Von 2005 bis 2008 war sie am Schauspielhaus Bochum engagiert, wo Arbeiten mit den Regisseurinnen Tina Lanik und Jorinde Dröse entstanden. 2008 kehrte sie an das Staatstheater Stuttgart zurück, wo sie u. a. erneut mit René Pollesch zusammenarbeitete. Von 2009 bis 2011 war sie Ensemblemitglied am Schauspiel Hannover und arbeitete dort u. a. mit Jürgen Kuttner, Tom Kühnel und Kornél Mundruczó. Seit der Spielzeit 2011/2012 ist Hanna Scheibe im Ensemble des Residenztheaters.

Performing in

Hamsun’s trilogy tells the story of a man who feels he has been overlooked by the elites that set the tone and cheated of social recognition. The philosopher Ivar Kareno evolves from a 30-year-old radical and anti-liberal writer on the fringes of poverty into a 40-year-old private tutor to the two sons of a businessman in a distant coastal region. Here Kareno sits brooding in his writing tower, while an infectious fever descends on people, arriving from the North, the businessman Otermann is driven mad by his wealth and a strange man wanders between the houses, rumoured to be justice. Ten years later, the 50-year-old Kareno is still hoping for a major turning point in his life. And he will indeed reach a milestone where he must decide whether he will remain true to the radical ideas of his youth or to pursue a career that is more measured politically.   

Spiel des Lebens (The game of life)

Seven years after her production of «Oedipus», the Slovenian director Mateja Koležnik now brings the next instalment of the Theban myths to the Resi stage: both a political thriller and an epic family drama.

Residenztheater, 19.30 o'clock
Thu 16 Feb
Residenztheater, 19.30 o'clock
Wed 22 Feb
Residenztheater, 19.00 o'clock
Mon 13 Mar
Residenztheater, 19.30 o'clock
Fri 31 Mar

For the city of Munich, the 1972 Olympic Games are a giant step towards the future. How the Cold War was reflected in the «cheerful games» of 1972, why violence in the form of international terrorism came to the Olympic village despite all efforts to the contrary, and what consequences this continues to have today are investigated by the directing team of Regine Dura and Hans-Werner Kroesinger using eyewitness accounts, investigation files, newspaper articles and interviews with people who were there and saw what happened.

Die Spiele müssen weitergehen – München 1972 (THE GAMES MUST GO ON – MUNICH 1972)
Marstall, 20.00 o'clock
Tue 14 Feb
Marstall, 20.00 o'clock
Mon 20 Feb

When Goethe set «Götz von Berlichingen» down on paper in 1771 in a true writing frenzy, the 22-year-old writer was still a complete unknown. This came to an abrupt end with the publication of «Götz», as suddenly the young poet was being talked about everywhere. Goethe’s early work is a powerful stage epic with over fifty locations, several plots running in parallel and a huge cast of characters. What is more: Goethe dispensed with all the customary conventions that 18th century drama had been using up to that point.

Götz von Berlichingen
Thu 30 Mar