FIND 2023

From April 19 to 30, at the Festival Internationale Neue Dramatik (FIND), we will be presenting new productions by internationally renowned theater makers and new discoveries - from Tokyo, Tehran, Oslo, Geneva and Taipei, among others - for the first time in Berlin. This year's focus is on director Elizabeth LeCompte and her collective The Wooster Group (New York).
In addition to the international guest performances, three current productions of new drama by the Schaubühne can once again be experienced at FIND and, of course, audience discussions with the artists involved in the festival are also on the program. The FIND newspaper with all the information can be downloaded here as a pdf or browsed on issuu.

FIND 23 // Pearson's Preview

Our blogger and essayist Joseph Pearson is joining the Festival Internationale Neue Dramatik again this year. Even now, before the festival, we publish essays with background information and personal impressions of some festival contributions on our FIND festival blog. Currently online for you is the preview of »親愛的人生 (Dear Life)« and »笑顔の砦 (Fortress of Smiles)«
> FIND-Festivalblog

JUGENDKULTURKARTE: 50-euro culture credit for young Berliners

Starting on 1 February 2023, all Berlin residents between the ages of 18 and 23 will have access to a »culture credit« worth 50 euros. These young adults will be invited to redeem the credit in the form of tickets to roughly 200 cultural venues in Berlin – also at the Schaubühne. The JUGENDKULTURKARTE encourages young adults to (re)discover Berlin’s multifaceted cultural scene and experience it live and on site.

The Schaubühne has an app!

With our app, you can get your ticket in just a few clicks, invite friends to the theater, and enjoy numerous other benefits: Mark favorite artists, create wish lists, browse the media library and receive ticket notifications as soon as tickets are available again for sold-out performances - all this is already waiting for you, and soon much more. So download now!

> Download App store
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The second half of the season 2022/23

The season programme for the second half of the 2022/23 season is here!
Four premieres await you until the summer, including a production by author and theatre-maker Tina Satter, who was a guest at FIND last April with »Is This A Room« and will now direct with the Schaubühnen ensemble for the first time. In addition, our studio will continue to be used: It offers space for productions by artists from the theatre and guests, for well-known and new discourse series and formats created by our ensemble. In our repertoire programme we are reviving popular productions that have not been performed for a long time.
The current season campaign was designed by the visual artist Monica Bonvicini. You can find an interview with the artist

The season newspaper with information on all productions until July 2023 is now available in our house. You can download the newspaper as a PDF or browse through it digitally.
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»Desire« | Season campaign 2022/23

This year, the season campaign »Desire« was designed by the internationally renowned visual artist Monica Bonvicini. The ten poster designs feature titles of Bonvicini's work that draw on various art historical, sociological, feminist or media references and point to the performative power of language in her work. The posters are perforated so that each poster takes on a further interpretation through the one below it.

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The season programme, in which, among other things, the campaign is printed, is available in the house. You can browse the booklet digitally or download it as a PDF.

Next Premiere

House of Dance

by Tina Satter
Director: Tina Satter
Premieres on 19 April 2023


Next performances with surtitles

With English and French surtitles / Surtitré en anglais et en français


On 30 March 2023

> Ticket    > Trailer   > calendar

You'll find here all performances with surtitles.

On Tour


São Luiz Teatro Municipal, Lissabon
on 6 and 7 April 2023


Teatro Canal, Madrid
on 14 and 15 April 2023


*from: »ödipus«