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Mathilde Berry







Mathilde’s love of the theatre began as a child and intensified during her studies in France. After moving to Germany 25 years ago, she became heavily involved in community theatre. She started acting in comedies such as La Valse des Toréadors, Wyrd Sisters and Noises Off.

Her attention turned to directing after participating in several festivals, as she became fascinated by the challenge of turning written text into live performances.

Other directing credits include Snake in the Grass by Alan Ayckbourn, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams, Death in High Heels by Richard Harris, Calendar Girls by Tim Firth and Love/Sick by John Cariani.

Mathilde enjoys collaborating with female playwrights on emotionally intense plays such as The Cringe Effect by Cecelia Marshall.

Mathilde gets a deep satisfaction from bringing to light the shadows of the human soul in a naturalistic manner. She loves to explore a character’s multiple layers and to reveal the often hidden vulnerability of human nature. Female empowerment and collective trauma healing are at the heart of her creative expression.

Besides theatre, Mathilde is a multi-passionate, creative artist, with a particular interest in performance art (using her voice, music, movement and improvisation) and abstract painting, or a combination of both.

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