Rosa Braber (1989, NL) studied theatrical performance at the 'Toneelacademie Maastricht' (Academy of Performing Arts) and graduated in 2012 as a Bachelor of Arts.
During and after her studies she wrote and created solo performances and participated in collaborative performances and plays. Those were shown at festivals and different theatres in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Austria (ITS Festival Amsterdam, Performance Night Aachen, Cement Festival, Fringe Festival, Poetry International).
In 2013 she published her first collection of poetry, called 'Toen we nog als meisjes dachten' ('When we were thinking like girls').
In the same year she moved to Vienna, Austria.
She worked on a new solo performance (The day I became a stranger), which premiered in October 2014 at the OFF Theater.
In 2015 she became part of the Bernhard Ensemble, where she is working as an actress.
As a freelancer she is working on her own projects and she is teaching drama classes at Showtime, the youth performing school of the Vienna English Theatre.
Photo: Walter Mussil