Singers Female

Kirstin Hölck

Kristin Hölck completed her theatre education  at the stage school of music, dance and drama in Hamburg. She made her debut as Cassie in „A Chorus Line“ at the Kampnagel theatre in Hamburg. She then was part of the premiere cast of Les Miserables as Swing where she understudied and performed Eponine before playing the Narrator in the premiere cast of „Joseph and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat“. After that she appeared as Grizabella in „Cats“ and as Constanze in the world premiere of „the three musceteers“ by George Stiles. Before playing the title role in „Elisabeth“ Kristin was seen in „Napoleon“ at the  Shaftesbury theatre in London where she understudied and performed the role of Josephine. Other engagements followed as Christin Daee in „Phantom of the Opera“, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Woman 3 in „the world goes‘ round“ and Aldonza in „Man of la Mancha“. In the Berlin production of „The Three Musketeers“ she created the role of Queen Anna, before taking over the part of Mylady de Winter, which she also played in the Stuttgart production. She was then seen as Lucy in „The thing about men“, Nellie Forbush in „South Pacific“, Marie in the world premiere of „Carmen, a Musical“ and the snake Kaa in the „Dschunglebook“. She made her straight acting debut in King Lear as Cordelia. Since Dec. 2012 Kristin is part of the Musical Ensemble of the Landestheater Linz, where she played Alexandra Spoffort in „Whiches of Eastwick“, Ida in „Honk!“, Auntie Em in „The Wiz“, Diana Goodman in the austrian premiere of „Next to Normal“, Parthy in „Showboat“, Fantine in „Les Miserables“ and The Witch in „Into The Woods“