Bremen: Theater am Goetheplatz

Country: Germany (Deutschland)
State: Bremen
City: Bremen
Location: Goetheplatz 1-3 (Alten-Walls-Contrescarpe)

Built 1912-1913 as "Schauspielhaus" by August Abbehusen and Otto Belndermann for the private operation "Bremer Schauspielhaus GmbH". Opened 15 Aug 1913 with Oscar Wilde's "Eine Frau ohne Bedeutung" ("A Woman of No Importance"). Later used as drama theatre by the Bremen State Theatre company. 836 seats. Demolished by bombs in 1944.

1948-1949 rebuilt in simplified forms by Hans Storm and Walter Unruh for the city of Bremen. Reopened 27 Aug 1950 as "Theater am Goetheplatz" with Goethe's "Egmont". Used for performances by the municipal theatre company. 1180 seats.

Notable world premieres:

  • Martin Sperr: Jagdszenen aus Niederbayern (27 May 1966)
  • Rainer Werner Fassbinder: Bremer Freiheit (10 Dec 1971)
  • Volker Braun: Die Übergangsgesellschaft (24 Apr 1987)
  • Klaus Pohl: Hunsrück (14 Nov 1987)

Link: theaterbremen.de

[Bremen: Theater am Goetheplatz] Front Text: "Bremen, Schauspielhaus"
Publisher: Nr. 26; 4180
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: to Bremen (without postmark or stamp)

[Bremen: Theater am Goetheplatz] Front Text: "Bremen, Schauspielhaus am Ostertor"
Publisher: Hermann Ch. Büsing, Bermen; 2471; 242907
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

[Bremen: Theater am Goetheplatz] Front Text: "Bremen, Schauspielhaus", inscription: "Schauspielhaus"
Publisher: TKB; Nr. 827; L/1014
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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[Bremen: Theater am Goetheplatz] Picture: after the 1949 rebuilding Front Text: "Bremen, Theater am Goetheplatz"
Publisher: Photo-Panneck, Bremen; Nr. 49
Type: Real Photo
Size: Classic
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[Bremen: Theater am Goetheplatz] Front Text: "Bremen, Theater am Goetheplatz"
Publisher: A. R. B.; 439
Size: Modern
Not sent.

[Bremen: Theater am Goetheplatz] Front Text: "Bremen, Theater am Goetheplatz"
Publisher: Photo-Panneck, Bremen; Nr. 49
Size: Modern
Sent: from Bremen to Oberhausen, 1952

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