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shooting for the german documentary "Ganz normale Männer" (ZDF)

invitation as an author to be part in the literature database NRW


receipt of the NRW artist grant for freelance artists

the radio play "The Gift" is produced by WDR

the theatre piece "Lulla-bye for a mother" is published by Literatur Nordost

receipt of the NRW artist grant for freelance artists

shooting for the famous german series "Lindenstrasse" (WDR)

the theatre piece "Lulla-bye for a mother" wins the Northeast Literature Prize

The jury's verdict: “An oppressive family cosmos opens up before us:
In the size of the universe. Daughter and mother in a tight-knit battle
about the I-Highness. Masterful family drama!"

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Hello, I'm Philine Conrad, born and raised as Lisa Conrad in Cologne. In 2010 I joined an acting workshop at studiobühne cologne and discovered the theatre. One year later I finished my studies at the University of Cologne with a thesis about secret services, whistleblowers & Wikileaks. I went to Ecuador for 3 months. One day before leaving I sold my VW Beetle and send an application to the Berlin University of Arts. In Quito I joined another acting course in Spanish, lead by an Italian and participated in some trainings with the clinic clowns. An email arrived from the Berlin University of Arts: They required a monologue of Shakespeare for the audition. I started searching. After 2 hours I found what I was looking for in the Libri Mundi bookstore in the center of Quito: King Lear. And I started to study the Edmund. 6 days after my return to Germany I bought a one-way ticket, packed two travel bags, one with clothes, the other with important documents, and moved to Berlin. In 2014 I played at the Maxim Gorki Theatre in “Critical Mass” and in “Grenzfa(e)lle” at Heimathafen Neukölln. The piece “Vom Inneren der Farben” was performed in HAU (Hebbel am Ufer). I started painting in 2013 and writing in 2014. In July 2014 I moved to Cologne and started acting school. From 2015 to 2018 I worked at Theatre der Keller and at Comedia Theatre Cologne, played the role of Krabat in the piece “Krabat”. The play “White is not a color” was invited to Mülheimer Theatertage in 2018. In 2016 I presented some of my textes at the festival “The City of Tomorrow” at Schauspiel Köln. In 2017 I was first engaged by RheinEnergie and then by Deutsche Post with my paintings on power boxes. In 2018 I received the NRW Young Talent Scholarship and in 2019 my theatre piece

“Lulla-Bye for a mother” won the Northeast Literature Prize. In 2020 is was published, the radio station WDR produced my radio play “The Gift” and I received the NRW grant for freelance artists.

 

While I am writing these lines I almost forget the illness that had to be conquered for many years since 2008, and which I meanwhile no lnger believed to overcome, and the exhausting months of exclusion and rejection during my acting school. The theater was always my refuge where I feel safe and at home.

 

Today I am happy to be in peace with myself and my life, free and, above all, healthy.

 

I live and work in Cologne.

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Hello, I'm Philine Conrad, born and raised as Lisa Conrad in Cologne. In 2010 I discovered theater at an acting workshop at the studiobühne cologne. A year later I finish my studies at the University of Cologne with a thesis on secret services, whistleblowers & Wikileaks. I am going to Ecuador for 3 months. One day before departure, I sell my VW Beetle and send an application to the Berlin University of the Arts. In Quito, I'm doing an acting course in Spanish with an Italian and I'm learning about clinical clowning. An email comes from Berlin: The university asks for a Shakespeare monologue for the audition. I'm going to look. After 2 hours I found what I was looking for in the Libri Mundi bookstore in the center of Quito: King Lear. I'm studying the Edmund. 6 days after my return to Germany I buy a one-way ticket, pack two travel bags, one with clothes, the other with important documents, and move to Berlin. In 2014 I play at the Maxim Gorki Theater in “Kritische Masse” and in “Grenzfa (e) lle” at Heimathafen Neukölln. The piece “Vom Innere der Farben” is performed in the HAU (Hebbel am Ufer). I start painting in 2013 and writing in 2014. In July 2014 I'm moving to Cologne and starting my acting training. From 2015 to 2018 I play at the Theater der Keller and at the Comedia Theater Cologne, including Krabat in “Krabat”. The play “White is not a color” will be invited to the Mülheimer Theatertage in 2018. In 2016 I read my own texts at the Schauspiel Köln at the “Die Stadt von Morgen” festival and am engaged by Deutsche Post with my paintings on power boxes. In 2018 I received the NRW Young Talent Scholarship and in 2019 my piece “Lulla-Bye for a mother” won the Northeast Literature Prize. In 2020 it will be relocated, the WDR will produce my Höspiel “The Gift” and I will receive the NRW artist grant for freelance artists.

As I write these lines I almost forget the illness that had to be conquered for many years since 2008, and in which I no longer believed, and the exhausting months of exclusion and rejection during my acting school. The theater was in

this always my haven. There I feel safe, at home and at home.

Today I am happy to be with myself and my life in peace, free and, above all, healthy.

I live and work in Cologne.

Hello, I'm Philine Conrad, born and raised as Lisa Conrad in Cologne. In 2010 I discovered theater at an acting workshop at the studiobühne cologne. A year later I finish my studies at the University of Cologne with a thesis on secret services, whistleblowers & Wikileaks. I am going to Ecuador for 3 months. One day before departure, I sell my VW Beetle and send an application to the Berlin University of the Arts. In Quito, I'm doing an acting course in Spanish with an Italian and I'm learning about clinical clowning. An email comes from Berlin: The university asks for a Shakespeare monologue for the audition. I'm going to look. After 2 hours I find what I am looking for in the Libri Mundi bookstore in the center of Quito. You only have one work on offer: King Lear. I'm studying the Edmund. 6 days after my return to Germany I buy a one-way ticket, pack two travel bags, one with clothes, the other with important documents, and move to Berlin. In 2014 I play at the Maxim Gorki Theater in “Kritische Masse” and in “Grenzfa (e) lle” at Heimathafen Neukölln. The piece “Vom Innere der Farben” will be performed in the HAU (Hebbel am Ufer). I start painting in 2013 and writing in 2014. In July 2014 I'm moving to Cologne and starting my acting training. From 2015 to 2018 I play at the Theater der Keller and at the Comedia Theater Cologne, including Krabat in “Krabat”. The play “White is not a color” will be invited to the Mülheimer Theatertage in 2018. In 2016 I read my own texts at the Schauspiel Köln at the “Die Stadt von Morgen” festival and in 2017 I will first be engaged by RheinEnergie and then by Deutsche Post with my paintings on power boxes. In 2018 I received the NRW Young Talent Scholarship and in 2019 my piece “Lulla-Bye for a mother” won the Northeast Literature Prize. In 2020 it will be relocated, the WDR will produce my radio play “The Gift” and I will receive the NRW artist grant for freelance artists.

As I write these lines I almost forget the illness that had to be conquered for many years since 2008, and in which I no longer believed, and the exhausting months of exclusion and rejection during my acting school. The theater was always my refuge during this time. There I feel safe, at home and at home.

Today I am happy to be with myself and my life in peace, free and, above all, healthy.

I live and work in Cologne.

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"Ich habe mit Philine Conrad gearbeitet und bin sehr

überzeugt von ihren schauspielerischen Leistungen.

Sie ist meiner Meinung nach sehr ausdrucksstark und hat

eine große Unmittelbarkeit in ihrer darstellerischen Kunst."

 

Bruno Cathomas  -  Schauspieler/Regisseur

"In dem bemerkenswerten Hörspiel ‚Geistige Gefangenschaft’ von Philine Conrad werden die Extremgeschehnisse der letzten Jahre verarbeitet, und zwar ohne Beschönigung oder wohlfeile Heroisierung. Ich drücke der Sache sehr die Daumen, denn aktuell stellt sich überall die große Frage: Wie sollen wir das bloß verarbeiten und miteinander gedeihlich weiterleben? Das Stück ‚Geistige Gefangenschaft’ ist definitiv ein Beitrag zur Verarbeitung."

 

Dr, Michael Andrick  - Philosoph & Publizist

"Philine Conrad ist ein deutsches Multitalent und ich

hatte die Ehre einmal von ihr interviewt zu werden.

Wie viele andere KünstlerInnen hat auch sie durchaus

unter den Corona-Auswirkungen zu leiden und ich erlaube

mir deshalb, (...) diese Information so weit wie möglich zu

streuen und die Kunst allgemein, diese Künstlerin im

Besonderen damit zu unterstützen: es gibt ohnedies nicht

so viele KünstlerInnen, die in diesen Zeiten das Risiko auf sich

nehmen, für kritische Aussagen 'öffentlich zerrissen zu werden'

bzw ihre Existenz aufs Spiel zu setzen."

Prof. Dr. Dr. Martin Haditsch - österr. Mediziner und Biologe

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