All Our Futures

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Today 17.00 Uhr
Bockenheimer Depot
Arthur Miller
Today 19.30
Schauspielhaus
Woody Allen
Today 20.00
Kammerspiele
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Performances with english surtitles

Schauspiel Frankfurt offers plays with English surtitles every month. Please indicate whether you want a seat with surtitles when purchasing a ticket. Looking forward to welcoming you at Schauspiel Frankfurt.

Next Performances:
»Richard III« 06.05.
»Woyzeck« 11.05.
»All my sons« 28.05.


with english surtitles

Woyzeck

Georg Büchner
Directed by: Roger Vontobel
11. May
»Woyzeck« is the most famous dramatic fragment in the history  of theatre, and Georg Büchner the most famous playwright from Hesse. The world he describes in this play has descended into  a nightmare of egomania and corruption. No purpose, no moral code has survived, and the god in whom Woyzeck believes has  long since turned his back on his creation.
»The director cast Jana Schulz, one of the most fragile, sensitive,  excitable actresses currently on German stages, in the role of Woyzeck.«  (Frankfurter Neue Presse)
with english surtitles

All my sons

Arthur Miller
Directed by: Anselm Weber
28. April
Arthur Miller’s play is a searing investigation of greed, guilt and lies underneath the veneer of respectable middle class life. Born in  Harlem/New York in 1915, the American author is one of the most important playwrights of the 20th century. In 1947, he made his breakthrough on Broadway with »All My Sons«, followed by his most renowned play »Death of a Salesman« two years later. »Loud and long applause at the end for 100 minutes of intense  theatre.« (Ruhr Nachrichten)
With english surtitles

Richard III

William Shakespeare
Directed by: Jan Bosse
21. April / 06. May
There is nothing Richard desires more than to be King of England. He is a master of intrigue and betrayal, familiar with the ploys of  battlefield and court. As he lets us in on his plans, we witness the ruthlessness and unfettered ambition of a murderous political player.
»Fantastic acting, magnificent scenes, cleverly adapted text, remarkable theatre.« (Deutschlandfunk)