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Gabriele Heinz

Foto: Arno Declair

Gabriele Heinz

Foto: Arno Declair

Gabriele Heinz

Foto: Claudia Lehmann

Gabriele Heinz

currently to be seen in
in »An Answer in the Silence (Antwort aus der Stille)«
in »This child (Dieses Kind)«
as Lara in »Country of First Things (Land der ersten Dinge/Bludičky)«
as Lin in »Mother Tongue Mameloschn (Muttersprache Mameloschn)«
in »Stories from Here: What Remains«
as Charlotte Powileit in »In Times of Fading Light (In Zeiten des abnehmenden Lichts)«
as Maria Vasilyevna Voinitskaya in »Uncle Vanya (Onkel Wanja)«
as Hilde Bittrich, Worker; Party Secretary of the state-owned, hollow glassware factory; Delegate for the Ernst Thälmann briquette factory in »Anxieties and Power (Die Sorgen und die Macht)«

Born in Vienna, Gabriele Heinz studied at the Ernst Busch School for Performing Arts in Berlin. In 1975 she made her Deutsches Theater debut in Peter Hacks’ Adam and Eve (directed by Wolfgang Heinz). Gabriele Heinz worked repeatedly with directors Wolfgang Langhoff, Alexander Lang, Wolfgang Heinz, Friedo Solter and Thomas Ostermeier, and more recently with Michael Thalheimer, Dimiter Gotscheff, Amelie Niermeyer and Jürgen Gosch. Her recent appearances include roles in Roland Schimmelpfennig’s stage adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, and Michael Thalheimer’s productions of The Nibelungs by Friedrich Hebbel and Lonely Lives by Gerhart Hauptmann. Currently Gabriele Heinz can be seen in Thalheimer’s staging of Hauptmann’s The Weavers and Brit Bartkowiak’s production of Mother Tongue Mameloschn, as well as in the Peter Hacks drama Anxieties and Power. Heinz also directed the DT productions of The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion and Tilla by Christoph Hein.