Göttingen: Deutsches Theater

Country: Germany (Deutschland)
State: Niedersachsen
City: Göttingen
Location: Theaterplatz 11

Built 1889-1890 as "Stadttheater" by Gerhard Schnitger for the city of Göttingen. Opened 30 Sep 1890 with Schiller's "Wilhelm Tell". 1904 extension by storage rooms. 1927 extension by rehearsal rooms. 1936 foyer redecoration. 1950 renamed "Deutsches Theater". 1981-1984 major renovations, extension by functional rooms, a studio stage and a foyer and café wing by Jochen Brandi. Originally 720 seats, today: 583 seats. Used for opera (until 1950) and drama performances by the resident company. Occasionally also used for opera performances during the annual "Internationale Händel-Festspiele" festival.

Notable world premieres:

  • Pavel Kohout: Marast (11 Jan 1977)
  • Peter Hacks: Die Fische (24 Nov 1978)

Link: www.dt-goettingen.de

[Goettingen: Deutsches Theater] Front Text: "Göttingen, Stadttheater"
Publisher: Georg Kugelmann, Hannover
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Göttingen to Zellerfeld, 1904

[Goettingen: Deutsches Theater] Front Text: "Göttingen, Theaterplatz"
Publisher: Ottmar Zieher, München
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Göttingen to (Altenburg-)Zschernitzsch, 1906

[Goettingen: Deutsches Theater] Front Text: "Göttingen, Theater"
Publisher: Kunstverlagsanstalt Bruno Hansmann, Kassel; No. 33444
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

[Goettingen: Deutsches Theater] Front Text: "Göttingen, Deutsches Theater"
Publisher: August Vaterhahm, Kassel; G5/31-53
Type: Real Photo
Size: Classic
Sent: from Göttingen to Neuendeel bei Delmenhorst, 1954

[Goettingen: Deutsches Theater] Front Text: "100 Jahre Deutsches Theater Göttingen"
Reverse Text: "Universitätsstadt Göttingen, 'Deutsches Theater', Nach dem Vorbild des Großherzoglichen Hoftheaters in Oldenburg erbaut, wurde das Göttinger Stadttheater 1890 mit Schillers 'Wilhelm Tell' eröffnet."
Publisher: Verlag Schöning & Co. + Gebr. Schmidt, Lübeck; na Göt 332
Size: Modern
Sent: from Göttingen (Briefzentrum Kassel) to Ravensburg, 2001

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