• Die Komödie

    Escaping the everyday with familiar comedies and humorous plays by contemporary authors.

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  • Fritz Rémond Theater im Zoo

    Amusing entertainment and ambitious acting, works of classical and contemporary writers are offered on the stage of the function centre of Frankfurt Zoo.

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  • The English Theatre Frankfurt

    Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome! - to the largest English-speaking theatre on the European continent.

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  • Children and Youth Theatre Frankfurt in Titusforum im Titusforum

    A classical children’s theatre that presents familiar children’s literature with creativity and youthful vivacity for its young and adult audiences.

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  • Die Dramatische Bühne

    Stories packed simultaneously with jocularity and profundity, rich in costumes, stage sets and (dubios) theatre magic.

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  • Die Käs Kabarett in der City

    It is sympathetic, located in a part of the renovated Naxoshalle, wakes up its neighbours with applause, pleases its guests with satire and delightful marinated sheep’s cheese.

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  • Die Katakombe

    The selection of authors ranges from ancient Greek to contemporary, elements of music and dance theatre are components of every production in “Die Katakombe”, one of Frankfurt’s oldest playhouses.

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  • Die Schmiere

    Sometimes slapstick, or earnest, or political, or socially critical, or with music, or humorous – but whatever, “Die Schmiere” at the heart of downtown Frankfurt always invites to a cabaret programme of full evening entertainment.

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  • Frankfurter Autoren Theater in der Brotfabrik

    A treasure trove of texts from our city’s awareness of life and intellectualism – the work of various playwrights living and writing in Frankfurt is produced here on stage.

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  • Freies Schauspiel Ensemble

    A small circle of permanent artists and a larger circle of freelancers, but who are continually in contact, work in the “Free Acting Ensemble”.

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