Mario Bubic was born in Breisach am Rhein in 1973. His professional journey began with an apprenticeship as an electrician, which he completed in Breisach. In 1999, he took up his position as a lighting technician at the renowned Freiburg Theatre. There he gained valuable experience in lighting design and worked on smaller projects. His passion drove him to further his education - so in 2012 he successfully completed his training as an event master in Darmstadt. He also developed the lighting design for the productions 'King Lear', 'The German Small Towns' and 'Robin Hood' at the Breisach Festival on a voluntary basis. From 2014, he was lighting designer at the Freiburg Theatre, where he was involved in numerous productions. The plays Mario Bubic has worked on as lighting designer include 'Zeitgeisterbahn', 'Teufelsküche', 'Totentanz', 'Der Kirschgarten', 'Krieg', 'MayDay', 'Girls & Boys', 'Wunderland', 'Wir sind die Guten, 'Ballyturk', 'The Kitchen', 'The Golden Pot', 'Rage', 'Uncle Vanya', 'Mary Stuart', 'Only the Best', 'Faust II', 'The Cold Heart', 'Hannibal', 'Schauinsland - The Misfortune of the English' and 'Death and the Maiden'. Since the 2022/23 season, Mario Bubic has been employed at the Theater Basel as lighting master for Schauspielhaus and lighting designer.