Anke Stedingk was born and raised in Germany. She studied acting at the Academy of Music and Theatre Saarbrücken and at the Bavarian Theatre Academy August Everding in Munich.
After guest engagements in Munich and Berlin, Anke was an ensemble member at the Thalia Theatre in Halle/ Saale and at Staatstheater Kassel. She played amongst others the roles of Queen Elizabeth in Mary Stuart (Schiller) and Natalia Ivanovna in Three Sisters (Chekhov). She also starred as Medea of Euripides, as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth (Shakespeare) and in Crave / 4.48 Psychosis (Kane).
In 2009, Anke was awarded the Newcomer Award for Outstanding Performance by the Staatstheater Kassel. In the same year, at the "Hessian Theatre Days," she received the prize for the best acting performance for her role as Agave in Euripides' Bacchae. In 2013, Anke received the Volksbühne prize awarded by Volksbühne Kassel e.V. via public vote.
Since the 2015 / 2016 season, Anke is a freelance actress.
Pictured : Anke Stedingk | Photographer : Maria Hoffmann
Where you can see this artist's work:
A feminine portrait of transition, Syndrome is an abstract film portraying the inevitable anguish of what it means to experience change. To grapple within a chaotic chasm, seemingly never-ending in its existence yet, fundamental in the creation of us.
Performer : Anke Stedingk | Photographer : Brea Cali