Originally built as the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Städtisches Theater 1850, the Deutsches Theater was founded in 1883 and soon housed one of the best theater company's in Europe. Behind the theater's classical facade are three stages: the original main stage with seating for 600; the Kammerspiele added in 1906 with a 230-some person capacity and the up-close-and-personal Box in the Kammerspiele foyer, which opened in 2006 with room for 80. Works are both classic and contemporary, and a number are available with English subtitles, best seen from the rear of the theater.
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The best theater in Berlin. Amazing performances from all around the world.