Kati Stubbe

Stage Design

Kati Stubbe first trained as a make-up artist and later studied stage and costume design at the Maastricht Academy of Dramatic Arts and the Offenbach University of Art and Design.

She has worked as a make-up artist at numerous theaters, including the Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern, the Staatstheater Darmstadt, the Vereinigte Bühnen Wien, the Theater Heidelberg, the Bregenz Festival, the Staatstheater Karlsruhe and the Frankfurt Opera. Kati Stubbe has also worked for several years for Hessischer Rundfunk, for whom she works on film and television projects.

She works as a freelance stage and costume designer for drama and musical theater and designed the stage and costume design for Der Sturm and Der letzte Europäer at Frankfurt LAB, What a mess/It's Cum Ex at Studio Naxos Frankfurt and Das Knurren der Milchstraße at Staatstheater Saarbrücken, directed by Maxime Mourot.

At the Frankfurt Chamber Opera, she designed the costumes for Eine Reise nach Davos and So sanft wie du, directed by Rainer Pudenz.
She was already a guest at the HLTM as a student in 2018 and was part of the cooperative work Fear 2018, directed by Romy Lehmann. She works closely with director Jette Büshel. Here she was responsible for the productions Der gefesselte Prometheus (stage and costumes) and Kleiner Mann- was nun? (costume design). The production Kleiner Mann- was nun? was shown at the Körber Studio for Young Directors at the Thalia Theater Hamburg in June 2022. Other collaborations include Beretta 22 with director Malin Lamparter at Theater Koblenz and Penthesilea at Frankfurt LAB directed by Gil Hoz-Klemme.

Der Herzerlfresser at the Hessisches Landestheater Marburg is already the fifth collaboration with director Maxime Mourot.



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