The versatile costumedesigner Claudia Möbius creates not only costumes for all three branches of theatre: drama, opera and dance theatre, but also for freelance artists, normal costumers.
The broad range of her talent for design has been demonstrated in over 100 productions covering greatly varying styles.

Claudia Möbius was involved in two important French festivals, and furthermore has worked as Costumedesigner in Barcelona and Viena and as costumeassistant in Boston.

In Germany Claudia Möbius has worked with important directors of all generations, with Daniel Karasek at the Staatstheater Wiesbaden, with Rolf Hoppe and Karl Dall or with the Berliner Symphoniker, german TV-Celebraty Alfred Biolek and Director Christoph Hagel, who was wellknown for his extraordinary Mozart- performances in Berlin: “Cosi fan tutte”

Moving between the borders of fashion and costume design she has created costumes for variety artists and figure skating. Notable here is her work for the big Berlin variety theatres “Wintergarten” and “Chamäleon”.

The biggest, most remarkable project Möbius Kostüm has been involved in was the cross-genre spectacle “Marquis de Sade” by the Gregor Seyffert Compagnie. The futuristic neo-rococo designs with the Marquis’ patent leather costumes supplemented by surgical ortheses went into it`s 4th season at the Vockerode power station near Berlin in 2009.

Theater Regensburg celebrated a brilliant worldwide dance theatre premiere of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’ “One Hundred Years of Solitude” , with the costumes by Möbius Kostüm.

For 14 seasons Möbius Kostüm had been designing the costumes for the wellknown Belcanto-festival “Rossini in Wildbad” and Choreographer Olaf Schmidt at Theatre Lüneburg.