© Ben Wolf
In September 2006, Der höchste Berg der Welt (The Highest Mountain in the World), a text performance about the asylum system in Germany created jointly with Juliane Kann and Anne Haugh, was performed at the Theaterdiscounter Berlin.
In December 2006, Die Geschichte spielt nicht ohne uns, Puppi (They Can’t Do It without Us, Babe), a commissioned piece written in cooperation with Juliane Kann and Tina Müller, was premiered in Gera.
As part of her studies, she wrote two short radio plays, which were first broadcast on RBB Kultur in May 2007 under the title Das Geräusch der Anderen (The Noise of Others).
Her one-act play Ozonkinder (Ozone Children) was performed for the first time in March 2007 in a workshop production at the Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin and premiered in May 2008 during the Ohne alles 2 festival at the Schauspielhaus Bochum.
2008 also saw Anne Habermehl commissioned to write a work for the Stückemarkt at the Berlin Theatertreffen. In the 2008/09 season, she held a scholarship from the Authors’ Laboratory at the Düsseldorf Schauspielhaus.
She held a scholarship from the Authors’ Laboratory at the Düsseldorf Schauspielhaus in the 2008/09 season and attended a workshop with Simon Stephens during the Obrador d´estiu at the Sala Beckett in Barcelona in 2009.
Her play Last Territory was invited to the Autorentheatertage at the Thalia Theater Hamburg in 2008 and the Radically Young festival at the Munich Volkstheater in 2009.
Habermehl herself directed the premiere production of Scar Territory, which was selected for the 2011 Autorentheatertage at the Deutsches Theater Berlin.
Anne Habermehl lives in Berlin.