Maren Witte

Doctorate in dance and literature. Lives and works as a dance scholar in Berlin, specializing in introducing contemporary dance art to a new audience and offering new approaches, views and perspectives. Internationally active in the fields of adult and cultural education. Collaborations with the Goethe Institute Berlin as well as San Francisco and Hanoi. Works in collaboration with international festivals such as "Tanz im August", "Foreign Affairs" and "Tanztage". www.tanzdramaturgie.de

Amelie Mallmann

studied dramaturgy in Munich. From 2002 until 2005 she was a dramaturge at the Landestheater Linz, in 2005 she moved to Berlin to work as a dramaturge and theatre pedagogue at the THEATER AN DER PARKAUE. Since 2011 she is a freelance dramaturge, theatre pedagogue and teacher, she works for example at the Deutsches Theater Berlin, at the Kunstfest Weimar and at the University in Braunschweig. Since 2006 she is a board member of the dramaturgic society.

Angela Deutsch

Angela Deutsch did a PhD in Art hHstory at Humboldt University of Berlin and an M.A. in Psychology at University of Vienna. In 2014, after years of art historian and interdisciplinary research, of curating and organising
exhibitions in Vienna, Budapest and Berlin, she decided to follow her
ongoing passion for the dancefield. Thus, she chose mediation of
contemporary dance art as her new professional focus, developing at
present among other ideas the format TanzScout Senior.


Julia Heinrichs
Julia Heinrichs is a german theatre director and a dance dramaturge. She studied at Avant Scéne to become a makeup artist and studied physical theater at the international Theater school of Jacques Lecoq  in Paris. Later, she was trained as an advertising merchant & was trained during her studies to become a certified psychologist and forensic scientist to coach & trainer. As an assistant director and evening director at the Schauspielhaus Zurich, she has worked for e.g. with Peter Brook, Peter Zadek  a.o. together. For more than ten years she has worked as a theatre director at various city and state theaters. Various festivals featured productions by her. In addition to her directing and psychology work, she has been working as a dance dramaturge and physical theater coach for several years. She directed and accompanied the platform "5MIN.20MAX" for young choreographers at the Tanzhaus Zürich several times as a dramaturge / coach. She teaches Performance at the F + F School of Art and Design. In 2017 she was elected to the board of the Theaterhaus Gessnerallee as a representative for the dance scene.


Maria Ferrara
María Ferrara is a performing artist, choreographer and learning facilitator. She studied Russian Studies at the University of Essex, acting at Estudio Juan Carlos Corazza in Madrid and dance in Spain. She trained further as a Gestalt facilitator specialized in group processes and as a yoga teacher. She worked with the consultancy Humor Positivo in facilitating the course "The Educational Value of
Humour" and designed and facilitated "Emotional Education“ for the Lifelong Training Centres for teachers in Spain. Based in Berlin since 2014, she continues to create her own pieces, teach performing skills and yoga and develop approaches for self-learning.