Johanna Juncker-Schatz

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Johanna Juncker-Schatz , also Johanna Junker-Schatz (born February 11, 1848 , † December 3, 1922 in Potsdam ) was a German theater actress and operetta singer ( soprano ).


Juncker-Schatz had been on the stage since the early 1870s. In 1873 she came to Hamburg at the Carl-Schultze-Theater , where she stayed for two years, and worked at the Woltersdorff-Theater in Berlin from 1876 to 1877 . In 1878 she played "Ihr Sechs-Uhr-Unkel" at the Thalia Theater in Berlin . In 1879 she was again at the Woltersdorff Theater and in 1890 at the Dresden Residence Theater .

She then worked in America, preferably in New York, in 1894 and 1895 at the Volkstheater. From 1896 to 1897 she was at the Stadttheater in Hamburg, 1898 at the Belle-Alliance-Theater Berlin, then until 1902 at the Thalia-Theater Berlin and then she was committed to the Metropoltheater . The German Stage Yearbook recorded her residence in Berlin-Schöneberg in 1913 , and in Berlin-Wilmersdorf in 1914 .

In 1917 she took part in the German film Das Teufelchen by Dr. R. Portegg .

Johanna Juncker-Schatz died in Potsdam in 1922 at the age of 74 and was buried in the Luisenstadt cemetery in Berlin-Kreuzberg .


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  1. Life data in: Hans-Jürgen Mende: Lexikon Berliner Grabstätten . Haude & Spener, Berlin 2006. P. 80. Place of death in: K. J. Kutsch, Leo Riemens: Großes Sängerlexikon . Fourth, expanded and updated edition. K. G. Saur, Munich 2003. p. 2290.
  2. Albert Bernstein Sawersky: Our Pictures , in: Berliner Leben 09/1907, p. 4, online ( Memento of the original from August 26, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. on Europeana @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot /
  3. stage and world. Monthly journal for the German intellectual life, Vol. 2, Part 2, 1899, p. 971
  4. Deutsches Bühnen-Jahrbuch 1913, p. 309
  5. I 50 anni dell'Österreichisches Film Museum: The devil , Austrian Film Museum
  6. The devil , Cineteca di Bologna
  7. Hannelore Ellersiek: Evanescence + Strong Women. A delightfully critical examination of our transience + dealing with strong women from Berlin's past , Books on Demand, 2013, ISBN 9783848278145 , p. 92, online at Google Books .