Susanne Schuboth

Susanne Schuboth was born in 1961 in Zerbst. After completing her studies at Berlin College of Advertising and Design, she worked as an assistant stage and costume designer at the Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, where she realised her first independent stage designs between 1987 and 1992. In 1992, she was, with Bert Neumann and Leonore Blievernicht, one of the co-founders of the LSD Grafikbüro graphic design agency and played a part in the development of a new visual identity for the Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz under Frank Castorf. Since 1992, Schuboth has worked as a freelance stage and costume designer. She is closely associated with the director Andreas Kriegenburg, having worked with him for many years. Apart from her activities as a stage and costume designer, she elaborated the "Halt.- Los" (Stop.-Go/Un.-Inhibited) design concept for the Autorentheatertage festival of young writers at the Schauspiel Hannover (1999/2000), designed the foyer and opening event for the Thalia Gauss.Straße (2000/2001) and was responsible for the basic layout of schauspielfrankfurt’s schmidtstraße12 venue (2003/2004) under Armin Petras.