With its unique orientation and programming throughout Germany, the Chamäleon Berlin in Mitte makes a significant contribution to increasing the visibility and appreciation of contemporary circus as an independent art form. Since its foundation in 2004, the Chamäleon Theater has been a showcase for current artistic positions of the international circus scene and has developed over the years into an important production venue and creative partner. The self-declared goal is to support circus artists in their artistic work, to promote the sustainable development of this art form and to introduce contemporary circus to a broad audience.
The Chamäleon stage in the Hackesche Höfe is the starting and anchor point of the house and forms the heartbeat of the daily work. The pieces are often co-produced and premiered in Berlin. As different as previous shows by companies such as Circa Contemporary Circus or, Gravity & Other Myths from Australia, Cirque Le Roux from France or Circo Aereo from Finland have been, what they have in common is that they manage almost entirely without language and live from the seductive flair of the location.
The Chamäleon is located in the Hackesche Höfe, a listed building since 1977, which was designed by architect Kurt Berndt at the beginning of the 20th century. The former Art Nouveau ballroom is furnished with bistro tables where snacks and drinks are discreetly served before and during the performance.This content has been machine translated.
Die Theaterkasse befindet sich direkt am Eingang zu den Hackeschen Höfen von der Rosenthaler Straße.
Dienstag bis Freitag: 13 Uhr bis Showbeginn
Samstag und Sonntag: 14 Uhr bis Showbeginn
An spielfreien Tagen: 14 Uhr bis 18 Uhr
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