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In 2007, he wrote his first play (Courage Gives Courage) and published a collection of stories, Ein Himmel voller Bratschen (A Sky Full of Violas), which were followed in 2008 by the screenplay Ukrainische Verhältnisse (Ukrainian Relations).
In May 2009, Oliver Kluck was awarded the New Playwriting Prize at the Berlin Stückemarkt for his play The Meese Principle. In 2010, he received the Kleist Prize for Young Dramatists for Waiting Room Future.
Oliver Kluck lives in Berlin as a freelance writer and has been engaged by the Deutsches Nationaltheater in Weimar as a dramatist and 'associate author' for the 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 seasons.
Prizes and awards:
- 2009: Stückemarkt New Playwriting Prize at the Berlin Theatertreffen for The Meese Principle
- 2010: Kleist Prize for Young Dramatists
- 2011: Dramatists’ Prize of the Cultural Committee of German Business within the Federation of German Industries