New: The App-Box Office

You can't and don't want to plan your theatre visit so far into the future?
As of today, we are offering a very special feature in our Schaubühne App: The App-Box Office
For all last-minute and spontaneous visitors, we now offer tickets for all theatre productions at half price three hours before the performance starts. Only bookable exclusively in the app!

The Schaubühne now has an app!

With our new 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!

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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


by Marius von Mayenburg
Director: Marius von Mayenburg
World Premiere

Premiere on December 3, 2022

Next performances with surtitles

With English surtitles


On 27 November 2022

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


On 2 December 2022

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You'll find here all performances with surtitles.

On Tour

Qui a tué mon père (Who killed my father)

Ingmar Bergman Festival, Swedish Royal Dramatic Theatre Dramaten, Stockholm
on 25 and 26 November 2022

*from: »ödipus«