… born in former Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia). During the age of the Iron Curtain the storms of history led her to Western German Bonn. Already as a child she played smaller parts at Bonn’s opera and sang in its children’s choir. Since then she also trained in classical ballet and modern dance. After she took her A-levels and finished her training as office clerk, she studied acting at Arturo Drama School Cologne.
Afterwards she worked at different theatres in Cologne. For instance, she played Squenz in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at Orangerie Cologne, Rosa in “mobil” at Theater Tiefrot, the “Marquise von O.” in the correspondent piece at Horizont – Theater, or participated in “Deportation Cast” at Theater im Bauturm. Mirka Flögl is married and lives in Cologne.
In „Something Else” she portrays the Else.
For „And what comes after a thousand?” she assists.
.. born in Cologne in 1980, raised in Düren, worked at the German branch of Teatar Amfiteatar Sarajevo, TAS, at Castle Burgau, as actress and assistant to the director with Kaca Celan from 2000 to 2004. After graduating from a four-year-period of training at Arturo Drama School Cologne, she played besides touring with Aachen’s children’s circus Pinocchio also at state theatre Neuss, at the Niederrheintheater and at different ensembles in Cologne. In 2006 she started her work as a director with “Howie the Rookie” by Mark O’Rowe. Her latest works as a director were “Rendez-Vous” by Bob.L.Sack (“E.D.P” Cologne) and “Die Zoogeschichte” by Edward Albee (Theater im Hof Cologne).
With “Alice im Wunderland” loosely based on Lewis Carroll she was nominated for the Cologne Theatre Award in 2011. For the second year running she will stage a student ensemble of Arturo Drama School for the Shakespeare live! – festival at the Müngstener Brückenpark in summer 2012.
For „Something Else” she will be the assistant for production and dramaturgy.