Berlin

Berlin has been an extremely creative capital ever since the 1920s when the liberal spirit of the Weimar Republic allowed it to give birth to more literary masterpieces, plays, musical performances, and even films (at the film studio in neighboring Babelsberg) than at perhaps any other time in German history.

The creative spirit has continued to flourish and, thanks to Berlin’s relatively cheap standard of living and high government subsidies for the arts, the city still offers an atmosphere like no other for those looking to be creative—and for those looking to enjoy their creations.

With four opera houses, an endless number of theaters, and cinemas both big and small, Berlin has something to offer the performing arts aficionado almost every day of the week. It’s just a matter of knowing where to find what interests you.

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  • 1. Volksbühne

    Mitte

    The Volksbühne is unsurpassed for its aggressively experimental style, and the 824 seats are often sold out. The unusual building was reconstructed in the 1950s...Read More

  • 2. Berliner Ensemble

    Mitte

    The excellent Berliner Ensemble is dedicated to Brecht and works of other international playwrights....Read More

  • 3. Deutsches Theater

    Mitte

    The theater most renowned for both its modern and classical productions is the Deutsches Theater....Read More

  • 4. English Theatre Berlin

    Kreuzberg

    The English Theatre presents dramas and comedies in English as well as hosting independent productions, concerts, events, and comedies for Berlin's international community....Read More

  • 5. Grips Theater

    Tiergarten

    For children's theater, head to the world-famous Grips Theater, whose musical hit Linie 1, about life in Berlin viewed through the subway, is just as...Read More

  • 6. Maxim Gorki Theater

    Mitte

    With the radical slogan More Love!, the Maxim Gorki Theater produces eclectic plays about our society in transition, touching on economic crises, identity conflict, and...Read More

  • 7. Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz

    Wilmersdorf

    The rebellious actors at the Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, once the city's most experimental stage, have mellowed somewhat but still put on great performances, frequently...Read More

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