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Heidelberg Theater and Orchestra

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  • Heidelberg

The theater offers performances of its own ensembles for musical theater, drama, and dance.

The main venue, the Städtische Bühne in Theaterstraße, was built by city architect Friedrich Lendorf in late classicist style. On October 31, 1853, the house was opened with a performance of Friedrich Schiller's "The Bride of Messina".

After three years of new construction and renovation, the Heidelberg Theater reopened on November 24, 2012. Heidelberg is getting back its completely renovated and refurbished historic theater with the Old Hall. But that's not all! The old theater building, which shines in new splendor, was expanded to include a new stage. The result is a theater complex in the old town at the highest modern level, combining two stages, rehearsal stages, workshops, and offices.

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Heidelberg Theater and Orchestra
Theaterstraße 10
69117 Heidelberg

Phone: +49 6221 5835000
Website: www.theaterheidelberg.de

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