The Schaubühne Berlin stands for contemporary, experimental and international
theatre work. Since being established in 1962, renowned directors have made theatre history, first at the Hallesches Ufer, now at the theatre's current home at Lehniner Platz.
Numerous international tours, awards and honours for directors, productions and the ensemble all provide impressive testimony to the enormous success of the current artistic team under Thomas Ostermeier, in further developing the reputation of the Schaubühne. No other German theater is present on the international scene in a comparable manner.
With Thomas Ostermeier and the resident director Falk Richter, the Schaubühne continues its tradition of contemporary and critical interpretations of classic works from Shakespeare and Chekhov to Ibsen and Tennessee Williams. A further core of the company's repertory is the work of living authors: over 50 World Premieres testify to this, as do the annual Drama Competition for young and emerging playwrights, and the Festival for International New Drama (F.I.N.D.), during which new work from Germany and abroad is presented over the course of one week each year.
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