The inclusive RambaZamba theatre plays pieces which deal with contemporary social themes, sometimes refer to classical subject matter and produces own works.
Since the middle of the '90s the unique programming concept of the Renaissance Theatre has dedicated itself to international contemporary drama. Alongside there are readings and events such as the 'Literary Forays' and a musical literary programme.
The SCHAUBUDE BERLIN is Berlin's central venue for contemporary puppet, character and object theatre. The theatre is a lively location for intensive artistic encounters - a site for creative dialogue between human and material.
The Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz is the largest spoken word theatre in the West of Berlin. The politically and socially engaged programme is influenced by a variety of directorial signatures that also embrace new forms of dance and musical theatre.
The Schlosspark Theatre has been run by Dieter Hallervorden since 2008. A varied and changing programme with guest productions and prominent actors from film, theatre and television has breathed new life into the venue.
The Shakespeare Company Berlin has performed their modern, comic and musical spectacles on the open air stage in the middle of the idyllic nature reserve on the site of the disused Tempelhof marshalling yards since 2011.
The Sophiensæle is one of the most important locations for the production and presentation of independent theatre in the German-speaking world. They produce and present innovative and experimental concepts, aesthetics, styles and forms here.
The Staatsballett Berlin (Berlin State Ballet) is one of the world's leading classical ballet companie. The focus of the artistic curation is to introduce and create new original works for the company as well as display the rich heritage of dance from its beginnings to the present day.
The Staatsoper Berlin combines tradition with contemporary artistic quality. Its programme covers baroque pieces, the central works of classical, romantic and modern operas and contemporary music and premieres.
The BLUEMAX theatre is especially adapted to the requirements of the BLUE MAN GROUP show, allowing the audience an even more explosive and intense experience of the show.
Since 2003 the Stage Theater des Westens - with its significant architectural and artistic achievement in the style of Wilhelmine historicism - hosts world wide hit musicals like "Mamma Mia!" or "Ich war noch niemals in New York".
The Free Theatre Space TAK is directed since the beginning of 2018 by a collective of artistic groups which understands itself as a model possibility within the discussion conducted between state theatre and free theatre scene about the future of theatre structures.
The newly founded Theater an der Museumsinsel starts its first season opposite the Bode Museum with Goethe's "Faust", which is dedicated to the new Volkstheater with works by Shakespeare, Goldoni, Schiller and Goethe.
The THEATER AN DER PARKAUE - Junges Staatstheater Berlin is a place for exploring and experimenting jointly, offering different perspectives and inviting you to discover the diversity of theatre together.
The Theater im Delphi is a centre for art and culture in the building of the listed former silent film cinema Delphi in Berlin Weißensee. The programme includes theatre, dance, opera, concerts, performances, forums, exhibitions and many hybrid projects.
As an intimate literary stage the Theater im Palais seeks to foster the tradition of Berlin's cultural, literary and historical past and present with literary musical evenings, performances, touring productions, matinées and readings by authors.
The Theater Morgenstern produces work for primary school children. The repertoire covers reworkings of old sagas and fairy tales, the classics of world literature and work by contemporary authors.
The cabaret Theater O-TonArt presents a varied programme of chanson evenings, mini musicals, musical cabaret, concerts, plays and queer comedy.
In the small Theater o.N., theatre-makers develop and play together theatre plays for children from the age of two onwards. The plays shape biographical stories and elements of object and puppet theatre.
The Theatre Strahl exclusively concentrates on young people from 12 years of age. Strahl looks at themes such as love and sexuality, self determination and outside influences, drugs and violence in young people's lives.
The ensemble od the Theater Thikwa develops dance performances, text-based theatre, movement and music theatre and two-man comedies together with disabled and able-bodied artists.
The Theater unterm Dach is a production house and venue for independently produced theatre projects comprising world premieres, German premieres, adaptations of classics as well as productions from artists from the independent scene.
The Theaterdiscounter presents and produces contemporary theatre comprising in-house productions, successfully established national touring shows and curated festivals, as well as coproducing work from across Germany and the wider world.
Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte is the central production space and communication platform for the independent performing arts in Berlin. The studio space and its extensive open area make the Theaterhaus a lively and diverse space for independent theatre.