Miriam Ibrahim grew up in Germany and Ethiopia, began performing in high school and later graduated in 2005 from Stage School Music, Dance and Drama Hamburg. Throughout various theaters in Germany she played roles in Crucible (Theater Bonn), Hair (Theater an der Rott) and Mutter Afrika (Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg) and others.
Miriam always had a passion to teach and to create her own work. She moved to New York City in 2009 to study at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. In New York she played in Eastern Standard, Escape from Happiness, Crucible, Vestiges, Piece/Peace of Mine. In addition to her work as an actress she directed and thought for BINI e.V., Backstage Hamburg, Geminin Trust Ethiopia, Mad-Playhouse NYC, Rebel Theater Company. In 2009 she founded her own Company Label Gray and created staged readings, new plays, and artist exchange programms.
She has been assisting for John Gould Rubin in NYC; at the Herbstsalon for Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin; for Armin Petras at Schauspiel Stuttgart and now at the Münchner Kammerspiele for season 17/18 and 18/19. She finished her studies at Freie Universität Berlin in Theater and Social-/Cultural Anthropology in the Summer of 2016.
Miriam believes that Art and Theater give us the possibility of a complex perspective of the things in and outside of life, that it can unfold the unseen and the things hidden in between. The created space can make new reality happen, due the commitment of the team and the possibility to try differently.
Eine Stückentwicklung zum Thema Sexueller-Menschenhandel
von Miriam Ibrahim und Samantha Höfer
Schauspiel: Samantha Höfer
Regie & Konzept: Miriam Ibrahim