Jeanette Sena Mühlmann aka Sena
Published Author and Multi Media Artist, Member of Writers Guild of America.
Born in Munich Germany - Mother dancer, Father civil rights lawyer.
LMU University: studies of Political and Social Sciences and Journalism. In the 80ies Co- founder, Co-director and Lead Actress of the legendary awarded Munich Theater Group “The Magic Flute” from Private Theaters to State Theaters and international tours and festivals all over Europe - Translator and Actress of and in plays of Tennessee Williams, Mark Medoff, John Osborne, Joe Orton and Arthur Miller
Actress since 1980 - Modern Theater Munich to State Theaters in Munich Hamburg, Bremen, Berlin, Zuerich, Kammerspiele in Bern and Hamburg, to international Festivals and Tours - In TV (tons of guest appearances in Serials like “der Alte”, “Derrick”) , Movies (like the internationally acclaimed “Purgatory” and Theater – just to mention a few special treats in Theater: Helena in John Osborne’s “Look back in Anger”; Lady Milford in Schiller’s “Love and Intrigues” , Queen Elisabeth in “Don Karlos”; Clarisse in Mark Medoff’s “Red Ryder”; Franziska in Arthur Schnitzler’s “Zwischenspiel; She in Arthur Millers “Elegy for a Lady” and Lola in Arthur Miller’s “Some kind of Love Story”, Lady in Yellow in Mona Winter’s “Queentett”; Rose in Mona Winter’s “Paradise Now!”; Kathy in Joe Orton’s “ Entertaining Mr. Sloane”; Maggie in Tennessee Williams’ “ Cat on a hot Tin Roof” and last but not least in NYC first acting appearance in English as Hanna in Laurence Holder’s “the Crooner”. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org - www.sena-poet.com; http://www.myspace.com/sena_productions
Awarded Spoken Word Artist – 1996 launch of “Softly but highly dangerous I open your Heart” (ISBN
3-9521062-0-8) presented at the Frankfurt and Geneva Book Fare- life Style Mag Critics said”: Poetry in English and German- “Not the sort of poetry you read in school, but profound observations about love affairs; puzzles of a very feminine point of view”. - theater performances with own poetry and band- 1997 given the name Sena in Ouidah Benin West Africa - 1999 move to NYC - performances from Harlem Sugar Shack to Pink Pony, Morocco,Brooklyn Moon and many more to (Highlight) the Peabody Museum Yale University ( invited by Ngoma) as only “snow” woman on stage and/or audience with new work in English (like Tribute to MLK) - Highlights: CD “Natural High” - 2000 Foundation of own fashion label SENA with shows from Dubai UAE to Kingston Jamaica to Brooklyn Fashion Week with Council Woman Letitia James as model - Documentary about Leo Glueckselig, the man who was thrown out of the concentration camp - 2007 short film KEEP IT CLEAN, shot on the beach of Coney Island with activists and dancers - awarded artistic environmental short film about not trashing the beaches -2008 playing “Hanna” in Laurence Holder’s “The Crooner” at the Nuyorican with Rome Neal- new projects: “THE KEYBOARD” and a finished feature- 2011 screenplay “Strictly Confidential” -