Theater am Schiffbauerdamm

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English Theater am Schiffbauerdamm

The Theater am Schiffbauerdamm (German pronunciation: [teˈaːtɐ am ˈʃɪfbaʊɐˌdam]) is a theatre building at the Schiffbauerdamm riverside in the Mitte district of Berlin, Germany, opened on 19 November 1892. Since 1954, it has been home to the Berliner Ensemble theatre company, founded in 1949 by Helene Weigel and Bertolt Brecht.The original name of the Neo-baroque construction by the architect Heinrich Seeling was Neues Theater. The first performance was Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's play Iphigenie auf Tauris. Die Weber, a naturalistic drama by Gerhart Hauptmann, had its premiere in a private audience at the theatre on 26 February 1893. From 1903 to 1906, the Neues Theater was under the management of Max Reinhardt; it later became the site of numerous operetta performances.

With the premiere of the comedy Der fröhliche Weinberg by Carl Zuckmayer on 22 December 1925, the theatre returned to dramatic art, followed by the first performances of The Threepenny Opera (Die Dreigroschenoper) on 31 August 1928 and of the Italienische Nacht by Ödön von Horváth on 20 March 1931. Bertolt Brecht staged Marieluise Fleißer's play Pioneers in Ingolstadt on 30 March 1929, causing a scandal. The theatre saw Gustaf Gründgens giving his debut as a director with Jean Cocteau's Orphée and guest performances by the Truppe 31 stage company of Gustav von Wangenheim.

From 1931 on, the theatre was called Deutsches Nationaltheater am Schiffbauerdamm. Notable actors included Lotte Lenya, Carola Neher, Hilde Körber, Helene Weigel, Ernst Busch, Ernst Deutsch, Kurt Gerron, Theo Lingen, and Peter Lorre. With the Nazi takeover in 1933, the theatre declined and was finally closed in 1944. Veit Harlan made his directoral debut there in 1935 with Wolfgang Böttcher's musical comedy Marriage on the Panke.

Reopened after World War II, the theatre was finally taken over by Bertolt Brecht. Today, it is considered one of the most glamorous theatres in Germany and the building is currently undergoing historic preservation.

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German Theater am Schiffbauerdamm

Das Theater am Schiffbauerdamm ist ein Berliner Theater mit traditionsreicher und wechselhafter Geschichte, das heute Spielstätte des Berliner Ensembles ist. Das Theater befindet sich am Bertolt-Brecht-Platz im Ortsteil Mitte. Der neobarocke Bau des Architekten Heinrich Seeling gilt als eines der prächtigsten Theater Deutschlands und steht heute unter Denkmalschutz.

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Spanish Theater am Schiffbauerdamm

El Theater am Schiffbauerdamm es un famoso teatro berlinés construido sobre la Schiffbauerdamm del río Spree en Berlín.

De estilo neobarroco, fue inaugurado en 1892 llevando la firma del arquitecto Heinrich Seeling con Ifigenia en Tauride de Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

En 1893 se estrenó Die Weber de Gerhart Hauptmann y entre 1903-1906 como Neues Theater fue dirigido por Max Reinhardt.

Allí se estrenó Der fröhliche Weinberg de Carl Zuckmayer en 1925 y La ópera de tres centavos (Die Dreigroschenoper) en 1928.

En 1929, Bertolt Brecht dirigió Pioneers in Ingolstadt causando un escándalo y Gustaf Gründgens debutó como director en Orphée de Jean Cocteau.

Desde 1931 fue llamado Deutsches Nationaltheater am Schiffbauerdamm pasando por sus tablas Lotte Lenya, Carola Neher, Hilde Körber, Helene Weigel, Ernst Busch, Ernst Deutsch, Kurt Gerron, Theo Lingen and Peter Lorre.

Con la ascensión del nazismo comenzó a declinar hasta cerrar en 1944.

Desde 1954 es sede del célebre grupo Berliner Ensemble de Bertolt Brecht y su mujer Helene Weigel.

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French Theater am Schiffbauerdamm

Le Theater am Schiffbauerdamm (prononciation allemande : [teˈaːtɐ am ˈʃɪfbaʊɐˌdam]) est un théâtre situé à Berlin, dans le quartier Mitte. Ouvert le 19 novembre 1892, il accueille depuis 1954 le Berliner Ensemble, fondé en 1949 par Helene Weigel et Bertolt Brecht.

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Italian Theater am Schiffbauerdamm

Il Theater am Schiffbauerdamm è un teatro di Berlino sito sulla riva del fiume Sprea, Schiffbauerdamm, nel distretto di Mitte: Aperto il 19 novembre 1892, fino al 1954 ha ospitato gli spettacoli della compagnia teatrale Berliner Ensemble, fondata nel 1949 da Helene Weigel e Bertolt Brecht.

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