Christina Mrosek is a freelance stage and costume designer from Berlin. She completed her studies in stage design in the Netherlands and Hamburg (HfbK). Since 2007 she's been active at theatres and operas around the German-speaking region, including the National Theater Mannheim, Theater Oberhausen, Deutsches Theater Berlin, Theater Aachen, Theater Basel, and E.T.A. Hoffmann Theater Bamberg. With her work in scenography and exhibition design, and arts education, she also pursues the aesthetic treatment of spaces apart from the theatre. In 2013 she was selected to be part of the 49th International Forum at the Berliner Theatertreffen. Mrosek has worked with a range of directors, such as Isabel Osthues, Lily Sykes, Tim Egloff and Tobias Heyder. For the past 10 years, director Cilli Drexel has been one of her main collaborators. The main focus of their artistic collaboration lies in the design of sets and spaces for new drama and world premieres.
Numerous works of theirs have been honoured with awards and invitations to festivals such as the Autorentheatertagen and the Mühlheimer Theatertagen. Most recently, her collaboration with Drexel on Konstantin Küspert’s europa verteidigen at the E.T.A.-Hoffmann-Theater Bamberg was awarded the audience prize at the Mülheimer Theatertagen in 2017.