Guided tour

(in German)
Today 17.30
Schauspielhaus
Jean-Paul Sartre
Today 19.30
Schauspielhaus
Today 20.00
Kammerspiele

For our international guests

Schauspiel Frankfurt offers several plays with English surtitles on selected days.
You will find the dates of the performances on this website. Please indicate at the box office whether you would like a seat with surtitles when purchasing a ticket. You can also purchase your ticket online via credit card. For the best view we recommend rows 10-20. We are looking forward to welcoming you.


TICKETS 
Box Office: Willy-Brandt-Platz
Mon–Fri 10:00–18:00, Sat 10:00–14:00
and one hour prior to curtain time for all shows.
By phone: Tel.: 069.212.49.49.4
Mon–Fri  9:00–19:00, Sat/Sun 10:00–14:00
Online (payment by credit card)

Richard III

William Shakespeare
Directed by Jan Bosse
with english surtitles: 14 December and 11 January
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)

Brand

Henrik Ibsen
Directed by Roger Vontobel
With english surtitles: 29 November, 12/23 December, 23 January, 01 February
Ibsen’s hero is a religious man, who denounces both the egoism of people and the double standards of the church. He longs to lead humans to »the right life«. But his faith turns out to be fanaticism. The dramatic poem explores how humankind destroys itself through an unrestrained will, which demands »all or nothing«. Hinrich Schmidt-Henkel, one of the most renowned translators, has transferred the original into a modern prose version.

Peer Gynt

Henrik Ibsen
Directed by Andreas Kriegenburg
with english surtitles: 18 January
Peer is a dreamer. The village society regards the outsider as an enemy. One day the situation escalates concluding in Peer running away. His escape, both from the village and himself, turns into a lifelong journey, which ends where it started – at the door of the love of his youth, Solveig.
Andreas Kriegenburg, one of Germany’s most important and highly awarded directors, tells the story of Peer’s flight from the world in a new and opulent way.