Völcker, Tine Rahel

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Born in 1979 in Berlin and a graduate of the course in creative writing for the stage at the Berlin University of the Arts, Tine Rahel Völcker was playwright-in-residence at the Nationaltheater Mannheim during the 2005/2006 season.

    Theatre Library - Translations

    Translated plays by Tine Rahel Völcker in the Theatre Library

    Plays

    • "Die Steppe" (i.e., “The Steppe”)
      Premiered at the Landesbühne Niedersachsen Nord, Wilhelmshaven, 2007
    • "Charlotte sagt: Fliegen" (i.e., “Charlotte Says, Fly”) Premiered at the Nationaltheater Mannheim, 2005
    • "Die Eisvögel" (i.e., “The Ice Birds”) Premiered at the Theater der Stadt Aalen
      2004 Radio version broadcast by NDR, 2004
    • "Frau Vivian bestellt eine Coca" (i.e., “Mrs Vivian Orders a Coke”) Premiered at the Nationaltheater Mannheim, 2000

      Die Eisvögel (i.e., “The Ice Birds”)

      Karl meets Josi down by the lake, too close to the bank and too lightly clothed for this wintry day. Is the girl trying to kill herself? Josi succeeds in getting Karl flustered. He takes her to his house, where he composes film scores in the seclusion of the forest and lives together with Eva, who works for an agency in the city. Like a tick, Josi burrows into the flesh of the couple’s stale relationship. More ...

      List of works – Selection

      • "Die Steppe" (i.e., “The Steppe”)
        Premiered at the Landesbühne Niedersachsen Nord, Wilhelmshaven, 2007
      • "Charlotte sagt: Fliegen" (i.e., “Charlotte Says, Fly”) Premiered at the Nationaltheater Mannheim, 2005
      • "Die Eisvögel" (i.e., “The Ice Birds”) Premiered at the Theater der Stadt Aalen
        2004 Radio version broadcast by NDR, 2004
      • "Frau Vivian bestellt eine Coca" (i.e., “Mrs Vivian Orders a Coke”) Premiered at the Nationaltheater Mannheim, 2000