Uta Plate is a theatre maker, lecturer, director. After studying applied cultural sciences (University of Hildesheim), her publication “FREMD BLEIBEN” on intercultural theatre work was published. From 1999-2014 she was head theatre pedagogue at the Schaubühne Berlin. Since 2014, Uta Plate has been working internationally as a freelance director and lecturer. Her main focus is: intergenerational projects (“LEBEN LÜGEN STERBEN”, Theater Neumarkt, Switzerland, 2014, film: “WIR SIND GESTERN HEUTE MORGEN”, Theater Strahl. Berlin, 2020) Work with socially disadvantaged groups (Theatre in Jail, New Zealand, 2016), site specific projects (“A WAY”, Aarhus, Denmark, 2016), documentary theatre (“YOUTH MEMORY”, Deutsches Theater Berlin 2015 / “HIER.STEH.ICH.”, Deutsches Theater Berlin, 2017 / “30.nach.89. .”, Deutsches Theater Berlin, 2019), projects with young people (“GET UP STAND UP”, Bürgerbühne Dresden, 2017), theatre work with refugees and locals (“SERVUS SALAM”, Residenztheater Munich, 2017), Bürger:innentheater projects (“SCHÖNE NEUE WELT: FAMILIE 2.0”, Schauspielhaus Graz, Austria, 2019, “LA MÜDADA”, Theater Chur, Switzerland, 2020). She also teaches as a lecturer at the universities of Berlin, Gießen, Hildesheim, Hanover, Copenhagen (Denmark) and Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso).