Dimitra Thomaidou was born in Serres, Greece.
She studied Theater and Philosophy at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, at Ioannina University and in Dilos Drama School Academy, Culture Management in DAM-Deutsche Akademie für Management and she is currently attending a Master of Arts at HfMT in Hamburg - Master Dramaturgy.
Throughout her studies-and afterwards, she has worked as a performer and dramaturg in state theatres as well as in free scenes with various directors and ensembles. Having completed her education, she was invited to attend research laboratories in Greece and France, where she started to develop the project HealingIsAPerformance where places a heavy emphasis on any possible poetic metaphor of daily life situations.
Since 2013, she lives and works in Berlin as a culture manager, theatre dramaturg and performer. The rest of the time she writes poems, short stories, plays, essays or love letters.
Among other Berliner Institutes, she collaborated with Akademie der Künste, Deutsche Oper and Ballhaus Naunynstraße.
She likes to explore human nature, to question and challenge herself and to share new ideas.
On a beautiful day, any given song may be heard, and Nature, from where it comes, will welcome it again.” — Friedrich Hölderlin