Clara Liepsch

Clara Liepsch was born 1995 in Weimar. After a few performances and independent projects at the Stellwerk Weimar, in cooperation with Bauhaus Universität Weimar and the Deutschen Nationaltheater Weimar she graduated from the Hans Otto Theater Potsdam after completing her Abitur. There she was the leader of the theater’s youth club and helped with the direction of the play “alles und nichts”. In 2013 she was invited to “Radikal Büchner” (ZDF Kultur) at the Bauhaus Dessau. Afterwards she travelled to Mozambique to assist with the documentary “Bunter Sand”. From 2015 till 2019 she studied acting at the Bavarian theatre academy August Everding in Munich. Already during her studies, she played the leading role in “Glaube Liebe Hoffnung” at the Theater Wasserburg. (director Nick Mayr). In addition, she worked closely together with Amir Reza Koohestani at the Münchner Kammerspiele in „Die Attentäterin“, with Anne Lenk at the Staatstheater Nürnberg in „Die fürchterlichen Tage des schrecklichen Grauens“ and with Klemens Hegen at the Staatsschauspiel Stuttgart in „Platonow“. Clara Liepsch has been part of the Schauspielhaus Wien ensemble since 2019 and is making her Vienna debut in “Im Herzen der Gewalt”.