Set & Costume Design

Anton Lukas

has realised the scenography for dance, theatre and musical theatre productions, both at established theatres and in the independent scene. Since 2009, Lukas has been the regular costume and set designer for Milo Rau / IIPM. In this capacity, he has been responsible for the design of over twenty theatre, television, and film productions, as well as exhibitions of the director’s work.     


Dramaturgy & Research

Kasia Wojcik

Born in Hamburg in 1990. Attended medical school at the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and studied theatre science, general and comparative literature and religious studies at the Freie Universität Berlin. Research stay in Santiago de Chile (Chile). She worked with the director Gesine Danckwart and “Chez Company” and the artist collective “Staub zu Glitzer” as well as for the Performing Arts Programm of LAFT Berlin.  Since 2017 she is part of the IIPM – International Institute of Political Murder/Milo Rau. As a dramaturgy assistant she was involved in “General Assembly”, “The New Gospel” and “School of Resistance”.


Dramaturgy & Research

Martin Valdés-Stauber

is a dramaturge and sociologist. After studying economics and sociology in Munich, Friedrichshafen and Berkeley, he completed a research master at the University of Cambridge on issues of flight and migration. He then joined the Münchner Kammerspiele as a dramaturg in 2017, which was voted “Theatre of the Year” in 2019 and 2020 under the artistic direction of Matthias Lilienthal. He has worked with Marlene Monteiro Freitas, Philippe Quesne, Rimini Protokoll, Rabih Mroué and Prodromos Tsinikoris, among others. As a dramaturge, Martin Valdés-Stauber devotes himself to international collaborations, projects in public space, the interface “Arts meet Technology” and alliances with civil society.


Dramaturgy & Research

Eva-Maria Bertschy

born 1982 in Düdingen (Switzerland), she studied sociology, economics and literature at the University of Fribourg. As a freelance dramaturg and production manager she has collaborated with Ersan Mondtag, Elia Rediger, Schauplatz International, Hannah Hurtzig / Mobile Akademie Berlin, Judith Wilske and Tim Zulauf / KMU Produktionen, among others. Since 2013 she has been a dramaturg and researcher for Milo Rau / International Institute of Political Murder. She participated in the creation of numerous plays, theatrical formats, the international documentary film and theatre project “The Congo Tribunal“ and currently “The Repetition. Histoire(s) du théâtre (I)“.


Sound Design

Jens Baudisch

was born in 1976 in Magdeburg and studied media design at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. He was a founding member of the Magdeburg and Weimar university radio stations and currently works as coordinating editor at BLN.FM. As a sound designer, he is responsible for, among other productions, IIPM’s “Hate Radio” and “The Dark Continent”.


Video Design

Marcel Bächtiger

was born in 1976 in St. Gallen. After completing his A-levels, he studied architecture at the ETH Zurich. Since obtaining his degree in 2002, he has worked as an independent filmmaker and architect. He has contributed to productions including “The Last Days of the Ceausescus” and “Hate Radio”. 


Video Design

Marc Stephan

studied visual communication and experimental filmmaking at Berlin University of the Arts. He worked on productions by Sebastian Baumgarten, Stephan Pucher, and Meg Stuart. He was a video designer and actor in “Dead Cat Bounce” and “Money – It Came from Outer Space” (directed by Chris Kondek), which won the 2005 and 2011 jury prizes at the Politik im Freien Theater festival. In 2005 he was invited to the Berliner Theatertreffen as a contributor to “Homo Faber” (directed by Stefan Pucher). For Milo Rau he has worked on, among other productions, the talk show “The Berlin Dialogues” and the play “The Civil Wars”.  


Graphic Design

Nina Wolters

was born in 1978 in Cologne. She studied communication design at the Berlin Weissensee School of Art and the London College of Printing. Since her studies, she has worked as an independent graphic designer and illustrator for clients including the German Green Party, Daniel Hechter, and Joop.  


Public Relations

Yven Augustin

studied German and theatre at the Freie Universität Berlin. After his traineeship as a PR editor at Zoommedienfabrik, he worked as press relations officer at Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz. From 2006 to 2008, he was the press spokesman for Haus der Kulturen der Welt. In 2009 he founded AugustinPR, a Berlin agency for press and public relations.     



Rolf Bossart

was born in 1970 in St. Gallen. His studies in theology and history culminated in a doctorate with a thesis on the “theological legibility of literature in the twentieth century”. Bossart is an editor of the web platform and a contributing writer to numerous newspapers and magazines, as well as a lecturer in psychology, philosophy, and religious studies. His most recent work as IIPM theoretical adviser and editor includes his involvement in “Die Enthüllung des Realen. Milo Rau und das International Institute of Political Murder” (Theater der Zeit, Berlin, 2013) and “Althussers Hände” (Verbrecher Verlag, Berlin, 2015).    


Production Management

Mascha Euchner-Martinez

was born in 1986. Since graduating from the Institut d’études européennes (IEE) at Université Paris 8, she has worked as an assistant director, festival coordinator, and production manager for organisations including Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin, Junge Akademie der Künste Berlin, HAU Berlin, and Heimathafen Neukölln.


Production Management 

Eva-Karen Tittmann

studied German and theatre in Berlin at the Freie Universität, Humboldt-Universität, and Hochschule der Künste. In 2005/06 she earned the certificate “Management – Marketing – Kommunikation” at the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences (FHP). She was the shareholder-managing director of act Media Support GmbH (production services for film and events) from 2001 to 2008, and since July 2007 has been an independent business operator. She has worked for a total of over twenty years as a freelance cultural manager in the independent theatre scene, for established theatres, and for wide-ranging institutions. At present, she is working for Thorsten Lensing, Ingrid Lausund, and the Performing Arts Program Berlin. Since the production of “The Civil Wars”, she has also been active for IIPM.    


Production Management 

Elisa Calosi

studied Media – Culture – Communication in Germany, France and Bulgaria. From 2012 to 2014 she was head of the Art and Culture Department of the International Elias Canetti Society in Ruse, Bulgaria. In 2015 she was fellow for art coordination at the Akademie Schloss Solitude. She developed and managed numerous projects, from literature festival to exhibitions, theater performances and films, with a focus on participatory formats. Since 2016 she has been living in Berlin again and works as a freelance cultural manager. In 2018, with the production of “The New Gospel”, she began to work with the IIPM.