Christine Knorr

Real-life occupation:
Studies to become a teacher of English and French

With us since:
2010

Plays and roles: 
Lysistrata (Backstage)
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Assistant Director)
Death Actually (Backstage)
The Tempest (Alonsa)
RWTH Wissenschaftsnacht 2012: English Through the Ages (Mary Shelley / Guide)
Robin Hood (Backstage)
Death on the Mississippi (Louise Bourget)
Dead White Males (Monica Judd)
Antigone (Teiresia)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Cybel)
RWTH Wissenschaftsnacht 2016: Say Goodbye the English Way (Witch / Cigarette addict / Teacher)
A Tomb with a View (Assistant Director/Backstage)

Favorite Quotes:
„That’s why they are called ‘lessons’. Because they lessen from day to day!“ Gryphon, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
„Are you a black horse with white stripes, or a white horse with black stripes?“ Cybel, Jekyll & Hyde
“How do you spell ‘outrage‘? One ‘Y‘ or two?“ – “One, you illiterate!“ Lucien and Emily, A Tomb with a View

Favorite backstage snack:
sour drops (yellow and orange are the best!), chocolate marshmallows

Actor’s Nausea in three words:
dedication, fun, enthusiasm

The hardest part so far:
letting Alice grow in the end of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

The best part so far:
the feeling of applause after the premiere of The Tempest and the stage, costumes and props of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Funfact:
has regular “Coffee Battles” with Julia Fink. Charge!

Greetings to:
everyone. so I don’t miss anyone 🙂