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- Approximately 1:400 scale
- Model size Schaubühne (l/b/h) ca. 21 cm/10 cm/5 cm
- Four-color printing on white cardboard 190 gr/m2
- 2 Model arches size Din A 4
- Packed as environmentally friendly PP-flat bag
- Contents German manual and background information
- Easy to build: scissors, ruler, glue – that's it
- 5.90 Euro
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Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz/h2>
- 1928: Opening of the »Universum«, the biggest cinema in Berlin. The building, designed by Erich Mendelsohn, immediately becomes a symbol of the modern age
- 1937: Conversion work by the architect Hans Werner Anke
- 1946: Reconstruction and conversion of the bombed building into the cinema »Capitol« by the architect Hermann Fehling
- 1959: Conversion to the cinema »Cinerama« by the architect Gerhard Fritsche
- 1968/69: Transformation of the building into a Beat club and musical theatre
- 1979: The Mendelsohn building is listed
- 1981: Renovation and conversion into one of Germany’s best-equipped theatres by Jürgen Sawade. The Schaubühne am Halleschen Ufer moves to Lehniner Platz under the artistic direction of Peter Stein and the managing directors Jürgen Schitthelm and Klaus Weiffenbach.
The Schaubühne at the Lehniner place was created 1962 under the name »Schaubühne am Halleschen Ufer« as private theatre with one politically and socially engaged play plan. Since its establishment the Schaubühne stands for an experimental and a contemporary, the texts of past centuries including theatre.
With its unmistakable own profile the Schaubühne acquired itself the call for the seventies as one of the prominent German-language theatres abroad the in and. Numerous appearances in all world confirm year by year in impressive way, how very much the new artistic team under the direction of Thomas Ostermeier and Jens Hillje succeeded to develop the international reputation further of the Schaubühne.
No other German-language theatre is internationally present in comparable way.