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Thomas Hauser

Thomas Hauser was born in 1992 in Rosenheim and was trained in choral singing and received private singing lessons from a young age. After completing his university entrance exams, he began vocational training at the Otto Falckenberg school in 2011. Together with fellow students he met via the director Ersan Mondtag, he founded Kapitæl2Kolektif, which was responsible for various independent, interdisciplinary theatre forms such as Sinfonie, Party# and Scham, which took over urban spaces. With his graduating class, he met directors Herbert and Dimiter Gotscheff. Thomas has been a permanent member of the ensemble at the Münchner Kammerspiele since 2016 and in 2019, he was awarded the development grant from the Verein zur Förderung der Münchner Kammerspiele (Friends Association of the Münchner Kammerspiele).

“AmA ohne Maske”

The imagined portrait of an actor / actress of herself: With which scene could it begin? What are groundbreaking career and biographical moments, and what do they say about the dreams and goals of a newly forming ensemble? In the podcast “AmA ohne Maske” the actors and actresses of the Münchner Kammerspiele talk about themselves: the people who will define the theater in the coming years.

Concept & Direction: Wiebke Puls
Sound & & Editing: Johann Jürgen Koch, Martin Sraier

„Ach, ich möchte so uneitel werden, dass ich einfach durch die Pforte auf die Bühne spaziere.“

– Thomas Hauser