Thomas Hauser

Thomas Hauser, born in 1992, starts working as an ensemble member of Münchner Kammerspiele in 2015 as a direct follow up on his drama education at Otto-Falckenberg-Schule.
Trained in classical singing, he meets Dimiter Gotscheff for his last work "Zement" (which gets invited to Berliner Theatertreffen in 2014), while still being a student.
At Kammerspiele München he develops and progresses artistic handwriting in collaboration with Alexander Giesche, Trajal Harall, Susanne Kennedy, Luis Krawen, Toshiki Okada, Stefan Pucher, Felix Rothenhäusler, Yana Thönnes and others.
Besides repertoire theatre he moves at borders between theatre and digitality/videogames, works in radio, reads and reads out loud, stars und tours in the new music scene as Alan Turing in the equally titled Opera of composer Pierre Jodlowski (since autumn '21 / Libretto: Frank Witzel), stands in front of the camera and leaves the decision on pronouns to the respected dialogue partner.

Foto: @ Julia Windischbauer