Berlin: Apollo-Theater

Country: Germany (Deutschland)
State: Berlin
City: Berlin
Location: Mitte, Friedrichstraße 218

Built 1890 as "Concordia-Theater" by Gustav Ebe, who converted the "Flora" dancing hall into a theatre. Later renamed "Apollo-Theater". Close ca. 1910. 1925 converted to a cinema. Destroyed by bombs in World War II.

Notable world premieres:

  • Paul Lincke: Frau Luna (1 May 1899)
  • Paul Lincke: Im Reiche des Indra (18 Dec 1899)
  • Paul Lincke: Fräulein Loreley (15 Oct 1900)
  • Paul Lincke: Lysistrata (1 Apr 1902)
  • Paul Lincke: Nakiris Hochzeit (6 Nov 1902)
  • Paul Lincke: Berliner Luft (28 Apr 1904)
  • Paul Lincke: Prinzessin Rosine (18 Nov 1905)

[Berlin: Apollo-Theater] Picture: detail of the main entrance; portrait of Paul Lincke (also on stamp)
Front Text: "100 Jahre Berliner Operette - Apollo-Theater - 1. Mai 1899 Erstaufführung - Frau Luna - Musik von Paul Lincke"
Publisher: Berliner Briefmarkentage International 18.-20.2.1999
Type: postal card with printed stamp
Size: Modern
Not sent.

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