Schlosspark Theater

Schlosspark Theater

Theatre evenings at the Wrangelschlösschen

– © Schlosspark Theater
Schlosspark Theater: Sonny Boys – © DERDEHMEL/Urbschat
Schlosspark Theater: Der Lügenbaron – © DERDEHMEL/Urbschat
Schlosspark Theater: The King's Speech – © DERDEHMEL/Urbschat

The Schlosspark theatre opened in the Wrangelschlösschen (Steglitz manor) in Berlin-Zehlendorf back in 1921. Theatre history was written here in the post-war period: Hildegard Knef made her debut appearance at the theatre and Samuel Beckett staged his most successful play "Waiting for Godot" here. The premiere of Max Brod's "Das Schloss" (The Castle) won the theatre the German critics' award in 1953.

In 1950 it became one of Berlin's state theatres, providing a smaller venue as part of the Schiller Theatre in Berlin-Charlottenburg until it closed at the beginning of the 1990s, initially for renovation work. However, then the Berlin Senate decided to end state subsidies to the performing house. After this, it became a private theatre with several new directors and promoters over the following years.

At the instigation of comedian Dieter Hallervorden, the theatre celebrated its reopening in autumn 2009 after extensive restoration and renovation. Together with Ilja Richter, Hallervorden took to the stage himself in Katharina Thalbach's production of Daniel Colas’ "Die Socken Opus 124" at the opening.

The Schlosspark Theater is once again one of the top theatrical addresses in the capital. One particularly special feature is the diverse programme. The in-house productions, which always feature a high-profile cast, are shown in blocks of 4-6 performances over several months after the premiere. In between, big names such as Christine Kaufmann, Dieter Hildebrandt, Jochen Kowalski, and Nickelodeon give guest performances of their solo programmes.

Please note that all performances are in German.

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Schloßstraße 48
12165 Berlin Steglitz
Tel.: +49 30 – 7895667-100

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