Sarah Ralfs

Sarah Ralfs



Sarah Ralfs studied literature and drama at the Freie Universität Berlin between 2004 and 2009. In 2009, she worked as an intern with director Andreas Kriegenburg during his staging of "Der Prinz von Homburg" at the Deutsche Theater in Berlin. The same year, she received a fellowship for the international post-graduate class "InterArt", where she is currently doing research on her Ph.D. project titled "Ästhetik des kollektiven Selbst". As an actress, Ralfs appeared in Max Linz' experimental short "Die Finanzen des Großherzogs Radikant Film", and later also played the lead in his feature-length debut "Ich will mich nicht künstlich aufregen" ("Asta Upset").