Lisa Grosche

Actress, speaker and filmmaker. She was born in the socialist self-help group in Cologne-Mühlheim, but grew up in Paderborn. There she was already on stage and in the recording studio with her father, the cabaret artist Erwin Grosche, at the age of three. Even during her training at the Hamburg acting studio Frese, she appeared in various productions in small and large theaters in the Hanseatic city. She has worked with Carola Unser on and off since 2004 and was a founding member of the acting company BOND GIRRRLS. Since graduating in spring 2006, she has played the title role in "Käthchen von Heilbronn" and Mascha in "Drei Schwestern - Schluss mit Sehnsucht" at Kampnagel. At the Thalia Theater Lisa Grosche appeared in the world premiere of "Sinn" by Anja Hilling and at the Schauspielhaus Hamburg in "Third Life" by Tim Staffel. She is one of the three aunts of "Das wundersame Aktionsbündnis der Tante Trottoir" at the Theater an der Glocksee/Hanover and a member of the ensemble of Theater Triebwerk/Hamburg.

The actress Lisa Grosche has been working as a film expert and researcher since 2006. She runs training courses and workshops for children and young people throughout Germany in the fields of creative writing, film workshops and theater. Among others, she works for TUSCH Hamburg, TMS Hamburg, AWO and Kulturrucksack NRW.

Lisa Grosche has two children and has been a permanent member of the HLTM ensemble since the 2018/19 season.


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