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Les membres ETC - Information

Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe




Adresse : Hermann-Levi-Platz 1
Ville : Karlsruhe
Code postal : 76137
Pays : Allemagne
Téléphone : +49 (0)721 3557-0
Fax : +49 (0)721 3732 23
Email : Jan.Linders@staatstheater.karlsruhe.de
Site Web : www.staatstheater.karlsruhe.de

The Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe, founded at the court of the Grand Duke of Baden in 1719, is one of the largest theatres in Germany, presenting a wide repertoire of opera, ballet, drama and concert with resident companies in all departments. Its reputation draws visitors from both sides of the Rhine, from the Southern Palatinate and from France. It claims over 1000 performances, 10.000 subscribers and 300.000 audiences annually. Its main building, opened in 1975, houses three stages: a 1002 seat opera house, a 350 seat house predominantly for spoken drama and a studio with 125 seats. A fourth stage, Insel (126 seats), for the program of “Young State Theatre” is located nearby. The Staatstheater employs over 1000 soloists, chorus members, musicians, and employees in all departments. Since 2011 it is led by Generalintendant Peter Spuhler. Peter Spuhler has initiated the founding of a new department, the “Junges Staatstheater” coordinating all children’s and youth activities. It started its activities in the fall of 2011. The bilingual “Young Europe 2” project, in collaboration with ETC and the TJP Strasbourg, “Fragen fragen / La vache et le commissaire” has been an attempt to connect the theatre with local schools and reach out to the French neighbour. Its head dramaturg is Jan Linders. The Drama department, under the direction of Axel Preuß, is marked by literary masterpieces in contemporary interpretations, philosophical theatre based on books by Peter Sloterdijk, Byung-Chul Han, Peter Handke, and Klaus Theweleit, musical plays, contemporary drama, strong collaborations with neighbouring France as well as participatory projects under the label “Volkstheater” which in 2016 became the sixth and newest department of the theatre. As one of the ten most remarkable productions of the last twelve months, Stoplersteine Staatstheater (Tripping Stones State Theatre) has been invited to the 2016 Berlin Theatertreffen (theatre festival). The Drama department has coproduced creations of binational new plays with Temeswar in Romania, Tel Aviv in Israel and Bangkok in Thailand. Every two years the Staatstheater Karlsruhe is used as one of the venues for the Europäische Kulturtage (European Culture Days) festival. The theatre joined the ETC in October 2010.

 

Season programme 2016/2017

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