The old Thalia Theater building was designed by architects Franz Georg Stammann and Auguste de Meuron and built in 1843 opposite the current structure. The larger new building was opened in 1912 under the direction of director Leopold Jessner at Pferdemarkt, today: Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz, (architects Werner Lundt and Georg Kallmorgen) with 1300 seats. The building was largely destroyed during World War II, restored in the late 1950s and reopened in December 1960.
The Thalia Theater is one of the four Hamburg state theaters, a spoken theater stage with a permanent and much praised ensemble. There are about 1,000 seats on the large stage, and the repertoire includes about 20 productions, which are performed daily in rotation or in blocks. There are about nine new premieres each season in the Großes Haus am Alstertor.This content has been machine translated.
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