Nora Otte was born in Görlitz in 1981. She studied scenic arts at the University of Hildesheim. During her studies she worked as a performer at the Theater fensterzurstadt in Hanover and completed a six-month internship in Moscow at the Theater PRAKTIKA and the Theater Studio M. P. Fomenko. After her studies she worked for three years as an assistant director at the Staatsschauspiel Dresden. During this time she created her own works such as “Medea.voices” by C. Wolf and “ichglaubeaneineineneinenzigengott” by S. Massini. Since 2016 Nora Otte has been working as a freelancer. As a scenic artist she works in the fields of theater, film and dance in various functions. In 2017 she was on stage as a Butoh performer in the production “HADO” by Tadashi Endo at the Junges Theater Göttingen and in 2018 in “Tristan und Isolde” (Wagner) directed by S. Langridge at the Opera Hannover. In 2018/19 she completed further training at the TJG Dresden for puppetry and object theater direction and was co-director of the project “Marco Polo” (premiere Aug. 2019). Recent works are “Life in Numbers” with situation productions in HELLERAU as well as at the Tanzhaus NRW, “Am Königsweg by Elfriede Jelinek – Macht #1” with the guts company at Societätstheater Dresden, “Land ohne Worte” by D. Loher with missingdots in HELLERAU and “Momo” by M. Ende at DIE BÜHNE theater of the TU Dresden.