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Pauline Hüners
Pauline Hüners

Born in Hamburg in 1981, Pauline Hüners studied Costume Design under Dirk von Bodisco and Reinhardt von der Thannen at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences and the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. During her studies, she collaborated with directors Elisabeth Rech and Jette Steckel, and she has been collaborating with them both continually since 2006. Working in Jette Steckel’s team, Pauline Hüners has designed costumes for productions including "Woyzeck" (2010), "The Stranger" (2011), "Danton’s Death " (2012), "Romeo and Juliet" (2014), "Kasimir and Karoline – Faith, Love and Hope” (2015), "The eighth life" (2017), "The Cat and the General" (2019) and "Hamlet" (2020) at Thalia in Hamburg. She has designed for "Caligula" (2008), "The dirty hands” (2012), "The vast country" (2014), "10 Commandments" (2017) and “Times of Upheaval” (2019) at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin, for "Tosca" (2013) at the Basel Theater and "Antigone" (2015) at the Vienna Burgtheater, as well as for the world premiere of "Don’t cry, sing" (2015) at the Opera Stabile and "The Magic Flute" (2016) at the Hamburg State Opera. Collaborating with director Bernhard Mikeska, she worked at the Heidelberg Theatre and the Berliner Ensemble. She also collaborated with directors Lilja Rupprecht, Ulrich Matthes, Christian Schwochow and Alia Luque.