Felicia Zeller was born in 1970 at Stuttgart, and works as a dramatist and media artist. She graduated from the Baden-Württemberg Film Academy in 1998. In 1999/2000, Zeller was author in residence at the Theater Rampe in Stuttgart. She has spent several periods living outside Germany, and has undertaken various media projects, participated in festivals, written columns for the “Stuttgarter Zeitung” and performed at readings.
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Felicia Zeller lives in Neukölln, Berlin.
Prizes and Awards:
- 1993: Baden-Württemberg Youth Dramatists’ Award for “Always Had a Dog”
- 1999: Ilse Langner Scholarship for Female Dramatists
- 1999/2000: Author in residence at the Theater Rampe, Stuttgart, combined with the author-in-residence scholarship of the Baden-Württemberg Art Foundation
- 2001: Invitation to the Autorentheatertage at the Thalia Theater Hamburg
- 2002: Working scholarship of the German Literary Fund to work on “The Year of the Volunteer”
- 2008: Mülheim Theatertage Audience Award for Kaspar Häuser Meer directed by Marcus Lobbes.