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Rosa Braber (1989, NL) is a performer, actress, writer and director, based in Vienna, Austria.
She has written 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.
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.
From 2015 until 2019 she was part of the off scene performance collective 'Das Bernhard Ensemble'.
As a freelancer she is working as a performance artist, writer and actress and she is teaching acting and performance at VETA, the acting academy of the Vienna English Theatre.
May and June 2019 she worked as writer in residence at the Jan van Eyck Academy, a post-academic institute for artistic talent development, in Maastricht. Since 2019 she works together with her sister and dancer Donna Braber, together they are 'Wolf Collective'. They have made several performances for Dschungel Wien, their performance 'Planet Sis' was nominated for a Stella Award.
The past months she worked on the newest performance of 'Wolf Collective', called 'God is a band - a reconstruction of life', which premiered at Dschungel Wien in December 2022. Currently she is creating an interdisciplinary platform 'In My House', where she combines all different art forms she is working with and in; 'a collection of my identity as an artist'.
As 'De Poëziemaakster' Rosa writes personal poems on request. She also offers private acting/performance coaching.