Tilman Floehr

Real-life occupation:
PhD in environmental sciences

With us since:
Spring 2008

Plays and roles:
The Crucible (Thomas Putnam, Marshal Herrick)
Pride & Prejudice (Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy)
Dear Octopus (Backstage)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bottom)
Metamorphoses (Zeus, Ceyx/Morpheus, Orpheus)
Lysistrata (Arsenios/männlicher Chor)
The Tempest (Ariel)
RWTH Wissenschaftsnacht 2012: English Through the Ages (Beowulf, Algernon, Hawksmoor)
Robin Hood (Sir Henry Falconberg, High Sheriff of Nottingham)
Death on the Mississippi (Colonel Johnny Race)

Favorite quotes:
“Damn, it’s hell outside!” (Anna @ Wrap Party),
“That homicidal feeling is creeping over me that invariably attacks me at tea parties.” (Mr. Bennet, Pride and Prejudice)
“You have made your magic now, for now I do think I see some shred of goodness in John Proctor. Not enough to weave a banner with, but white enough to keep it from such dogs.” (John Proctor, The Crucible)

Favorite backstage snack:
a good bowl of cereal with junket and fruits

Actor’s Nausea in three words:
creativity, compensation, adrenaline

The hardest part so far:
to suppress fits of laughter

The best part so far:
being on stage, playing up and freaking out

has always a great idea for a “safe” stunt

Greetings to: