It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences fly into your mouth. Even the all-powerful.
Knut Kalbertodt has a special interest in interdisciplinary theatre work and applied improvisation. Together with Verena Lohner and Wolfgang Lüchtrath, he has developed theatrical formats that promote democratic political discourse. In addition, he is a director at theatre group Steife Brise from Hamburg. Knut started his acting career in the off-theatre scene of the Ruhr area in 1984 and at various theatres in western and northern Germany from the mid-1990s. He also studied sports in Bochum and Cologne, majoring in play education. Knut’s interest in improv started when he, almost by chance, took a two-week improvisation course with Keith Johnstone in Berlin. He has been infected by the impro bug ever since. He has been performing at Steife Brise in Hamburg since 2002.