Andrea Breth has been awarded the German Theatre Press Prize, the Fritz Kortner Prize, the Nestroy Prize and the Theatre Prize of the city of Berlin. Her theatre productions include: Süden and Die Letzten (Bochum), Der einsame Weg, Nachtasyl, Letzten Sommer in Tschulimsk, Hedda Gabler, Uncle Vanya, and Stella (Berlin), Der zerbrochene Krug, Das Ende vom Anfang, Maria Stuart, Don Carlos, Zwischenfälle and Hamlet (Vienna), Das weite Land, Crime and Punishment and Prinz Friedrich von Homburg (Salzburger Festspiele). Stella and Zwischenfälle were also performed at the Holland Festival. She directed her first opera, Orfeo ed Euridice, in Leipzig in 2000. This was followed by Eugene Onegin (Salzburger Festspiele), Kat’a Kabanova (Brussels and Berlin), Wozzeck and Lulu (Berlin), La traviata (Brussels) and Jakob Lenz (Stuttgart, Brussels and Berlin), for which she was awarded the German Faust-Preis for best opera director in 2015. In the same year, Andrea Breth also received the prestigious German Schiller-Preis, presented to her by the German President of the Bundesverdienstkreuz.
DNO productions: The Gambler and Macbeth