Meike Hauck

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Meike Hauck (* 1977 in Freiburg im Breisgau ) is a German theater and screenwriter.


Meike Hauck studied theater and film studies, journalism and sociology in Leipzig and Berlin and, from 2000, drama writing at the Berlin University of the Arts . Her first piece, Blauer Himmel, about experiencing the catastrophe of September 11th, was produced as a radio play in 2003 by Radio Bremen . This was followed by the plays Mad in America , premiered at the Mainz State Theater under the direction of Wulf Twiehaus and Hund frisst Gras , first performed at the Stuttgart State Theater under the direction of Claudia Bauer . Together with Matthias Luthardtshe wrote the screenplay for the movie Pingpong , for which she was awarded the German Film Prize at the Munich Film Festival in 2006 and the SACD Screenplay Prize of the French Association of Authors and Composers at the Cannes Film Festival as part of the Semaine de la Critique . In 2007 she wrote numerous articles for the features section of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung . Together with Clemens Schönborn , she wrote the script for the MDR crime scene Rendezvous with Death and, together with the director Bettina Blümner, the play Familienrat , which premiered in January 2011 at the Hebbel am Ufer Theater in Berlin.

From 2011 to 2018 she was a lecturer for scriptwriting in the scriptwriting / dramaturgy course at the Babelsberg Konrad Wolf Film University in Potsdam.

Meike Hauck lives in Berlin.



  • 2004: Mad in America
  • 2006: dog eats grass
  • 2011: family council

radio play

  • 2003: blue sky

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Elena Philipp: Family under the rescue umbrella in of January 7, 2011, accessed on February 20, 2011