Franziska Hartmann was born in 1984 and grew up in Munich. She studied acting at the Leipzig Academy for Music and Theatre from 2004-2008, as part of which she spent two years at the Chemnitz Theatre. During her training she also performed at theatres in Esslingen, Cottbus and Ingolstadt, and then subsequently at the Theater Bonn and the Schauspiel Cologne.
Franziska Hartmann loves to combine theatre with her other passion – music. She sings and plays the violin. She revealed her musical talents in the musical theatre production, ‘Die Krönung der Poppea’, ‘Die Kontrakte des Kaufmanns’ by Elfriede Jelinek (Director: Nicolas Stemann), ‘Festzeitstory’ and, recently, ‘Tonight: Fraktus’.
Franziska Hartmann became a regular member of the Thalia ensemble during the 2009&2010 season.
A (micro)economic world history, danced.
Bye Bye Hamburg
Charles Manson: Summer of Hate
Commune of Truth
Der NSU-Prozess. Das Protokoll
Fuck your ego!
Gospel of Judas
In the Solitude of Cotton Fields
Lange Nacht der Weltreligionen 2020
Lesung: Elfriede Jelinek /"Die Schutzbefohlenen/"
Merlin or \'The Waste Land\'
The Coronation of Poppea
The Disappeared from Altona
The German Lesson
The Hour When We Knew Nothing Of Each Other
The Marx Saga
The Merchant’s Contracts
The Threepenny Opera
The time of the obsessed
Wut / Rage