German was born and raised in Mexico. He is now based in London, UK.
As a playwright, his one-act “How Will I Know?” was shortlisted for the Best New Play Award at the Brighton Fringe. His play “Straying in Seattle” was produced by Playthings and premiered at The White Bear Theatre. “Hopelessly devoted to you” was commissioned by Papercut Theatre and produced at Theatre503 and at the Edinburgh Fringe at the Pleasance. His play “Schroedinger’s Cat” won a Bush Theatre/Bushgreen competition and was produced by Drywrite at the Bush Theatre. His work has also been produced in London at the Arcola Theatre and The Bread and Roses Theatre, and in the US and Canada.
He was selected to participate in the Arovn/Jerwood Foundations’ mentoring scheme and was mentored by professional playwright Amy Ronsenthal. He was Artist in Residence at CASA Latin American Theatre Festival in London (Rich Mix and Barbican) and is currently an artist in residence at Metal Culture in Peterborough. He was also recently longlisted for the Old Vic 12 attachment scheme.
As a reader he has read for the From Page To Stage festival in Liverpool and for the Bread & Roses Playwriting Award in London.
As a musical theatre librettist, his musical “Mars Rover” was shortlisted for the S&S Award by Mercury Musical Developments and Curve Theatre Leicester and was featured as part of the BEAM new musicals festival at the Park Theatre; it received a workshop run by Full House Theatre and supported by Arts Council England. He is currently being supported by Metal Culture in Peterborough to write the next draft of his full-length musical “The curse of love”. He is a member of the Book, Music and Lyrics (BML) workshop, also supported by Arts Council England.
Current Projects: Children’s musical “Mars Rover”, full-length musical “The curse of love” and the full-length comedy “How Will I Know?”.