Kirsten Fuchs

was born in 1977 in Karl-Marx-Stadt, and is perhaps the best known and most popular author on Berlin’s Lesebühne spoken word performance scene. She won the renowned Open Mike literature competition in 2003 with her highly praised debut The Titanic and Herr Berg, which was published in 2005 by Rowohlt Berlin. Kirsten Fuchs’s most recent books were Girl Gang (Rowohlt Berlin, 2015), which was awarded the renowned Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis 2016 and Der Miesepups (Voland & Quist, 2016). Since 2014 she has managed the “Fuchs und Söhne” spoken word performance group in Berlin’s Moabit area. Her first play Tag Hicks oder Fliegen für vier won both the Berlin Award for Youth Theatre and the Berlin Brother Grimm Award in 2015.

Portrait von Kirsten Fuchs

Plays represented by Rowohlt Theater Verlag

  • Alle außer das Einhorn

    [Everyone But the Unicorn]
    for ages 12 +
    • U: 17.05.2017 Grips Theater, Berlin (Regie: Robert Neumann)
  • Das Heimatkleid

    [Homelanddress]
    1F, for ages 16 +
    • U: 21.09.2017 GRIPS Theater, Berlin (Regie: Tim Egloff)
  • Der Miesepups

    for ages 4 +
    • U: 03.03.2018 Württembergische Landesbühne Esslingen (Regie: Benedikt Grubel)
  • Mädchenmeute

  • Tag Hicks oder Fliegen für vier

    [Four Go Flying]
    3F / 3M, for ages 10 +
    • U: 29.01.2016 Grips Theater Berlin (Regie: Grete Pagan)