Thingplatz
A Thingspiel (plural Thingspiele) was a kind of multi-disciplinary outdoor theatre which enjoyed brief popularity in pre-war Nazi Germany during the 1930s. A Thingplatz or Thingstätte was a specially...
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Halle Opera House
The Halle Opera House (German: Opernhaus Halle) is an opera house in Halle, Saxony-Anhalt. Originally named the Halle Town Theatre (German: Stadttheater von Halle), the theatre was built in 1...
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Schlosstheater Celle
The Castle Theatre in Celle (German: Schlosstheater Celle) is the court theatre which was established between 1670 and 1674/75 on the initiative of the opera lover, George William (1624-1705), Pri...
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Thalia-Theater (Wuppertal)
Thalia-Theater is a theatre in Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. 7°08′44″E / 51.25500°N 7.14556°E / 51.25500; 7.14556
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Staatstheater Mainz
The Staatstheater Mainz (Mainz State Theatre) is a theatre in Mainz, Germany, which is owned and operated by the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Situated on the Gutenbergplatz, the complex comprises tw...
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Staatstheater Darmstadt
The Staatstheater Darmstadt (Darmstadt State Theatre) is a theatre company and building in Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany, presenting opera, ballet, plays and concerts. It is funded by the state of Hesse a...
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Friedrichsbau (Stuttgart)
Friedrichsbau is a theatre in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. 9°10′34″E / 48.78056°N 9.17611°E / 48.78056; 9.17611
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Kiel Opera House
The Peabody Opera House is a civic performing arts building in St. Louis, Missouri. Founded as the Kiel Opera House, it opened in 1934 and operated until 1991, when it and the adjacent Kiel Auditorium...
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Theater FLIN
Theater FLIN is a theatre in Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. 6°48′21″E / 51.22944°N 6.80583°E / 51.22944; 6.80583
Staatstheater Nürnberg
The Staatstheater Nürnberg is a theatre building in Nuremberg. One of the largest theatres in Germany, it is housed in the Opernhaus Nürnberg, built from 1903 to 1905 in the Art Nouveau style by the a...
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Hamburg State Opera
The Hamburg State Opera (in German: Hamburgische Staatsoper) is one of the leading opera companies in Germany. The theatre was founded in 1677.
Opera in Hamburg dates back to 2 January 1678 when t...
Rathen Open Air Stage
The Rathen Open Air Stage (German: Felsenbühne Rathen) is a natural stage in Saxon Switzerland in East Germany. It is located in a hollow at the upper end of the Wehlgrund valley between the rocks...
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Kom(m)ödchen
The Kom(m)ödchen is a cabaret stage in Düsseldorf.The Kom(m)ödchen was created in 1947 as a political-literary cabaret by Kay and Lore Lorentz. Other participants in the initial program "Positiv dageg...
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Comoedienhaus
The Comoedienhaus theater, first opened on 3 September 1782, and demolished in 1911, was the first drama theater and opera house built in the German city of Frankfurt. Designed by renowned architect J...
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Leipzig Opera
The Leipzig Opera (in German: Oper Leipzig) is an opera house and opera company located at the Augustusplatz in Leipzig, Germany.
The Leipzig Opera traces its establishment to the year 1693, makin...
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Altes Theater (Düsseldorf)
Altes Theater is a theatre in Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. 6°46′18″E / 51.22583°N 6.77167°E / 51.22583; 6.77167
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Westfälische Kammerspiele
Westfälische Kammerspiele is a theatre in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. 8°45′16″E / 51.71722°N 8.75444°E / 51.71722; 8.75444
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Deutsches Theater München
11°33′45″E / 48.13694°N 11.56250°E / 48.13694; 11.56250Deutsches Theater München ("German Theatre") is a theatre in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It is Germany's largest theater f...
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Deutsche Oper am Rhein
The Deutsche Oper am Rhein (German Opera on the Rhine) is an opera company based in Düsseldorf and Duisburg. The opera also has an associated classical ballet company. Axel Kober has been its Music D...
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Detmolder Sommertheater
Detmolder Sommertheater is a theatre in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. 8°52′24″E / 51.92889°N 8.87333°E / 51.92889; 8.87333
Alfons Spielhoff
Alfons Spielhoff (July 3, 1912 — December 9, 1987) was a German politician, serving as minister of cultural affairs for Dortmund in the 1970s. Under the slogan "cultural policy is social policy", he w...