Andrea Marlis Krohn (1985, Brazil) is a performer, dancer and choreographer. She graduated in DANCE and DANCE EDUCATION by the State University of Campinas/Brazil (UNICAMP) and in 2016 she finished her MASTER in PERFORMANCE STUDIES at the University of Hamburg. Her interest lies in dance and performances and through those media she questions matters of identity, perception and the tension between subjective and collective memory. In Brazil she worked with the dance theater group “Artesãos do Corpo”, receiving several prizes and nominations. In 2010 she received a scholarship to participate in the Sommerlabor Festival in Frankfurt am Main and moved to Europe. She founded in 2011 the Performing Arts Collective 77 Stolen Fish in Berlin and worked as a teacher, choreographer and performer in solo productions and in collaboration with several artists like Marcela Giesche, Polyxeni Angelidou, Lukas Matthaei, Isabelle Schad, Barbara Schmidt-Rohr and Fernanda Ortiz . From 2012 to 2017 she collaborated with Marsal Rodrigues and Priscila Patta in the project #TAPIOCATOUCH, touring in Europe and Brazil. She worked with P_A_R_A_R Immersive Performance Art from 2015 – 2018 with whom she won the Nachwuchsförderung from the ministry of culture in Hamburg, 2017 producing the piece (AUSENCIA) Die Abwesenden. With P_A_R_A_R she toured in Mexico, Norway and Germany. In 2020 she produced a new piece with Mab Cardoso, for children under 6 years old.