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Marko Werner

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2017

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as his work in theatre, he has also shot footage for the German public broadcasters ZDF and NDR, as well as various short films and image films. His work also encompasses countless speaking duties, including as off-camera speaker.

In 2009, he was honoured with the Advancement Award for Young Theatre Artists.


And under the pseudonym markoma1 he also designed the ‘TelePhotografie’ exhibition, which ran from 2009–2013 at the Braunschweig State Theatre, and which featured changing content.

has already performed in Poland, Spain, Belgium, Canada, India, Denmark, Pakistan, Iran, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Italy, Rwanda, South Africa and France, as well as in various cities and Theatres in Germany.

September 2016 sees the premiere of OUR HOUSE in Germany. This is a co-production with the Ishyo Arts Centre (Kigali, Rwanda). 2017, OUR HOUSE received the WESTWIND - Festival Jury Price.


Marko Werner studied at the Rostock University of Music and Drama, Germany. In the 13th Federal German-Language Drama School Competition he won both the ensemble award and the students’ award. Guest appearances led him to the Rostock People’s Theatre, the Regensburg Theatre, the Helios Theatre and the Braunschweig State Theatre. Since 2013 he was been working as a freelance actor and speaker.


From 2003 to 2013 he was part of the State Theatre ensemble, where he could be seen in LaBute’s ‘The Shape of Things’, Burgess’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’, Melville’s ‘Moby Dick’, Sartre’s ‘Dirty Hands’, the premiere of ‘Ich möchte Teil einer Jugendbewegung zu sein’ (’I Want to be Part of a Youth Movement’) and Brecht’s ‘The Threepenny Opera’, among other productions.

At the State Theatre, he made more than 70 stage appearances as Werther in Johann Wolfgang Goethe’s ‘The Sorrows of Young Werther’.


Furthermore, he also arranged the incidental music for various theatre productions. He also achieved success with the live concerts ‘elektro.lyrik.1’ and ‘elektro.lyrik.2’, in collaboration with his actor colleague Clemens Giebel and the band Testsieger. This resulted in performances in Bremen, Oldenburg and Paderborn.