Theater Verlängertes Wohnzimmer

Theater Verlängertes Wohnzimmer

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The Theater Verlängertes Wohnzimmer is a small off-theater stage in Berlin-Friedrichshain. It has existed in its current form since 2010, but the building has been used as a theater stage since 1967, first by the Studiobühne Friedrichshain, then as a variety and cabaret stage. From 1911 to 1965, the premises housed a movie theater, affectionately known as the "Narrow Towel" because of its tubular floor plan. The characteristic elongated shape has been preserved in the auditorium with its 60 seats and extends seamlessly into the cozy foyer with its neighborhood pub flair. The Theater Verlängertes Wohnzimmer sees itself as a laboratory and free space for the performing arts, independent theater and cabaret. The repertoire presents post-dramatic and naturalistic works; musicals and folk plays are represented as well as scenic collages, dance, cabaret and performance. In addition to weekend performances, Tuesday evenings are a highlight in the neighborhood: poetry slam, impro comedy, and the Open Living Room or Open Stage. Since its founding, Theater Verlängertes Wohnzimmer has been organized as an association. Its members include professional theater professionals, trained actors*, experienced amateurs with a wide variety of backgrounds, as well as theater newcomers who volunteer their time to the association. This content has been machine translated.
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