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Georgia Doll was born on 2 July, 1980 in Vienna, Austria, is an Austrian-born German Theatre director, playwright and poet. Discover Georgia Doll's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?

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Occupation Austrian-born German Theatre director, playwright and poet
Age 41 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 2 July 1980
Birthday 2 July
Birthplace Vienna, Austria
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2012

Together with director Ida Clay in 2012 she co-directed the short film Der Vogel und die Fenster. In 2013 she worked together with the actor and director Philip Baumgarten in an artist residency at the Marelle villa des Auteurs in the Friche de la Belle de Mai in Marseille for their production Sous le sixieme soleil, that has been sent in April of the same year in the Radio Grenouille in Marseille.

Since 2012 she works in Marseille with her company Les Passagers du Mardi.

2006

2006 her piece Le Pays Sombre is played at the Théatre Ouvert in Paris. Her other plays Miss Europa fährt nach Afrika, Der Hang zum Grundsätzlichen, Der König hat Hunger, Lorenzos Rückkehr, Das blaue Gold, Stranger as well as short pieces were played in France, Germany and Austria, in particular in the cities of Cannes, Marseille, Montlucon, Graz, Vienna, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, at the Staatsschauspiel Dresden, the Munich Kammerspiele and the Maxim Gorki Theatre in Berlin.

In 2006 she also staged Miss Europa fährt nach Afrika in Paris, in 2007 she founded the youth theater troupe "Anyigba Yéyé" in Amlame, Togo, with whom she developed Visite sur Terre and 2008 the Bertolt Brecht play Die Ausnahme und die Regel (2009 on Goethe Institute Lomé) and in 2013 she directed Das blaue Gold in Toulouse. In 2011 Georgia Doll was nominated for the Munich Prize for German language and drama.

2002

Georgia Doll writes both in German and in French. In 2002 she published lyrical texts in the series Junge Lyrik in the Martin Werhand Verlag. In 2010 she was published in the anthology Zwischenspiele: Neue Texte, Wahrnehmungs- und Fiktionsräume in Theater, Tanz und Performance in the transcript Verlag. In 2013 she published her bilingual play Das blaue Gold: L'or bleu in the Drei Masken Verlag.

1980

Georgia Doll (born July 2, 1980 in Vienna) is an Austrian-born German theatre director, playwright and poet.

Georgia Doll was born in 1980 in Vienna. At the age of eight years their parents left Austria and moved to Hamburg. After graduation and her literature and theater studies at the University of Hamburg, she left Hamburg and studied theater in Toulouse, theater directing in Paris and playwriting in Berlin.