ABOUT

Jule Lotte Bröcker was born as Juliane Charlotte on the 19th August 1992 in the mainly grey city of Braunschweig.
During her first years of life she got rid of IAN and later CHAR.
Her first kindergarten was a container, her first school one of those lovely red brick buildings, and her first puppet was a bloody punch hand puppet.

oh please

i just want –

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Jule Lotte Bröcker macht freischaffend Theater mit/und/ohne Figur. Ihre Faszination für
Komik durch Rhythmus kombiniert sie mit dem zu animierenden Material
(oft Masken und Objekten), sich selbst in Bewegung und (auch) bitteren
Themen, die sie mit Humor bearbeitet. Direkt, poetisch und flapsig befragt
sie die Praxis des Beeindruckens, bedient sich dem Clowning und sucht so
nach einer komplex kommunikativen und absurd einfachen Ästhetik.

ah. english?

…does theatre with/and/without puppets (i.e. masks, marionettes, material). She combines her fascination for the comical through rhythm with the material to be animated (often indeed masks, or objecets. That’s right, objecets. objackets. ob jackets?), herself in movement or (amongst others) bitter topics that she treats with humour. Direct, poetic and flippantly she questions the practice of impressing, helps herself to some clowning and searches for a complex communicative and absurdly simple aesthetic.

i have my own questions or inquiries and would very much like to CONTACT
you.

1994

history – y -y
In other words, Jule does theatre, and so does Lotte. They’re still arguing who is the clown. She started, as it is courtesy, in a youngsters group at an institutional theatre (thanks to Anna Zimmer in Koblenz already in experimental ways, producing their own, made-from-scratch performances). During that time she also dived into writing and physical theatre and then wanted to study acting ah no, rather go into puppet and object theatre. Since the end of her studies at HMDK Stuttgart in october 2020 in a much pandemical shape, she balances from Catalonia to Friesland through the free lance theatre scene.

2018

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