Eva Borrmann (1988*) is a freelance choreographer, dancer and founder of the PLAN MEE company. After her training in classical and contemporary dance, she worked at the Nuremberg State Theatre together with Johann Kresnik, Joshua Monten and Laura Scozzi. In the independent scene for Alexandra Pirici at Art Basel and for deufert&plischke at K3/Kampnagel Hamburg. At the same time she studied in the CAS programme "Dance and Performing Arts" and "Arts Education" at the Institute for Theatre Studies Bern (CH).

Since 2015 she has been producing full-length productions with her company PLAN MEE. The focus of the projects is always the socially formed body. Her works have been shown at the tanzhaus nrw, the Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, HELLERAU Dresden, Tafelhalle Nürnberg, LOFFT - DAS THEATER Leipzig,

E-Werk Freiburg, tanzfaktur Köln, the Sophiensaele Berlin, among others.
In 2021 she was part of the "Bodies of Care" project of the Goethe Institute Indonesia as a choreographer.

In 2023, Eva Borrmann received the Cultural Award of the City of Nuremberg.


Eva Borrmann received the impulse funding of the City of Nuremberg for the years 2021/2022/2023 and will explore the topic of "Kitsch" in close cooperation with the Tafelhalle Nuremberg and bring it to the stage. She therefore works closely with the artist and photographer Arina Essipowitsch and the writer Urs Humpenöder.


She also communicates her artistic work and research in workshops, conferences and seminars at various institutions and universities, including the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg, Theatre Studies in Erlangen, at the tanzhaus nrw and many more.

In addition to her work with PLAN MEE, she performs and choreographs for other artists such as Theater Morgenroth and Schwester, for the director Manuela Neudegger and the artists Michael Akstaller and Jan St. Werner. She is also part of a group of artists who have taken on the site of the motorway service station as a place of artistic research.

„(…) Eva Borrmann hat sich mit ihrer Kompanie PLAN MEE in kurzer Zeit einen Namen gemacht. Die 29-jährige ist mit ihren Arbeiten nahe am Lebensgefühl ihrer Generation. Im Zentrum ihrer Stücke steht der menschliche Körper und die Frage, wie er durch die Gesellschaft ge- und verformt wird.“ - tanz Magazin