Felix Krakau, born 1990 in Hamburg, Germany, studied theatre directing at the HfMDK Frankfurt am Main, with a residency in scenic writing at the UdK Berlin and works as a director & writer at city and state theatres. Postgraduate studies in Media Arts at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne. He won the “Körber Studio junge Regie” (for young directors) in 2019 with the Ibsen adaption “Peer Gynt” at the Düsseldorf Schauspielhaus. He has received numerous awards for his literary work, most recently residency scholarships from the Hessian Literature Council and the Roger Willemsen Foundation.
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