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Theater Holidays from July 11 to August 24

Theatre Holidays

We say goodbye to the summer break and will be back from 25 August 2022. Our ticket office will be open again from 11 am on 15 August. Ticket purchase in the online shop is also possible at any time during the holidays, but only as an online ticket, there will be no shipping. Please also note that merchandise purchased from the  webshop after 6 July 22 cannot be shipped until after the summer break on 15 August 2022! We wish you a wonderful summer and look forward to a new season with you!

»Classroom – where are you really from?«

In the new monthly series of talks »Classroom - Where do you really come from?« journalist and author Vanessa Vu invited childhood companions and experts to the Schaubühne to reflect personally and subjectively on the impact of social origin. In the last edition on 25 June Vanessa Vu spoke with the author Emilia Roig. You can find the past shows in our
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Streitraum 2022/23



Free Space!

Let our theater family grow!
Theater can provide important impulses and food for thought as well as open up other perspectives. Theater opens worlds. Often these worlds remain closed to those who have neither the financial means nor the social background to gain access to theater as a young person. That is why we brought the campaign »free space« to life. Guests of ours willing to donate have the opportunity to purchase an additional ticket for selected perfomances, which they do not use themselves but make available to a young person. For this campaign, we work closely with various associations, institutions and partner schools, such as Gangway e.V. or the Lina Morgenstern School in Berlin-Kreuzberg, who are in contact with interested parties. All ticket dispensers and users are offered a practical introduction to the play with the theater pedagogue on the evening of the perfomance. 
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Your Visit

We are happy to play for you and would like to inform you about some changes in our house to make your stay as pleasant as possible. Information about your visit to the Schaubühne, our Corona protection concept can be found
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Next premiere

Sich waffnend gegen eine See von Plagen (Taking arms against a sea of plagues)
A project by Stas Zhyrkov and Pavlo Arie
Directed by Stas Zhyrkov
Premiere on 10 September 2022

Blog: Pearson's Preview

With Pearson’s Preview, we're presenting essays for selected Schaubühne premieres and guest productions, written in both English and German by blogger, author and historian Joseph Pearson. As part of our FIND, we published English-language essays with background information and personal impressions of some festival entries on our FIND festival blog before and during the festival.

 

Podcast

You can listen to recordings of our debate series  »Streitraum« and »Streit ums Politische« in our Podcast. You'll also find our podcast format »Alles außer Hochdeutsch. Dialect and Dialectic« .If you don’t want to miss an episode, simply subscribe to the podcast here:



Next performances with surtitles

With English surtitles

status quo

On 2 September 2022

> Ticket    > Trailer   > calendar

Surtitré en français

Hamlet

On 11 September 2022

> Ticket    > Trailer   > calendar

You'll find here all performances with surtitles.

On Tour

»ödipus«

Festival de Almada, Teatro Municipal Joaquim Benite, Portugal
on July 14 and 15, 2022

Prospero

The Schaubühne Berlin is one of the founding theaters of the European theater network PROSPERO. The ten partners involved in the multi-annual project of cultural cooperation want to undertake an artistic and cultural act, and to promote an ambitious theatre project which is also a political gesture, thus contributing to the construction of an artistic and cultural Europe.

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*from: »ödipus«