Katharina Hirsch

Real-life occupation:
studying German and English Studies

With us since:
Winter 2011

Plays and roles: 
Death Actually (Nurse, Victorine Lafourcade, Carol)
The Tempest (Spirit, Juno)
RWTH Science Night 2012: English Through the Ages (Shakespearean Maiden)
Robin Hood (Maud, Queen Elinor)
Death on the Mississippi (Jacqueline de Bellefort)
Dead White Males (Sarah Judd)
Antigone (Young Theban Girl in the Chorus)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Maid)
RWTH Science Night 2016: Say Goodbye the English Way (Elizabeth Proctor, Keating’s pupil)
A Tomb with a View (Emily Tomb)
RWTH Science Night 2017: Keep It Short – A Night of Short Plays
Macbeth (Lady Macbeth/ Lady Macduff)

Favorite Quotes: 
“We are such stuff as dreams are made on; and our little life is rounded with a sleep.” Prospero, The Tempest

Favorite backstage snack:
chocolate marshmallows

Actor’s Nausea in three words:
super, mad, crazy

The best part so far:
rehearsal weekend in Belgium

Greetings to:
all those lovely people who know me