Lübeck: Stadttheater

Country: Germany (Deutschland)
State: Schleswig-Holstein
City: Lübeck
Location: Beckergrube10-14

Built 1907-1908 by Martin Dülfer for the city of Lübeck, on the former site of the Casino-Theater (built 1858, demolished 1907). Opened 1 Oct 1908 with Wagner's ouverture to "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg", Goethe's "Geschwister", and Schiller's fragment "Demetrius". 1925 conversion of the "Marmorsaal" hall to the chamber theatre "Kammerspiele" (325 seats). 1938-1939 interior alterations and modernization. 1951-1952 extension by a storage tract. 1965-1966 installation of a studio stage in a former cafeteria hall (90 seats). 1992 closed due to safety concerns. 1993-1996 major restoration by Chlumsky, Peters, and Hildebrand. Re-opened April 1996. Main theatre ("Großes Haus"): 920 seats. Used for opera and drama performances by the resident companies.

Link: www.theaterluebeck.de

[Luebeck: Stadttheater] Front Text: "Neues Lübecker Stadttheater, entworfen von Professor Dülfer - Dreden, erbaut 1906-1908"
Publisher: Hugo Meyer Kunstverlag, Lübeck; 92
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Lübeck to Altona (= Hamburg-Altona), 1908

[Luebeck: Stadttheater] Front Text: "Mittelfassade des Neuen Lübecker Stadttheaters", inscriptions: "MCMVIII", "Dem Wahren Guten Schönen"
Publisher: Nordische Kunstanstalt Ernst Schmidt, Lübeck; Hugo Meyer Kunstverlag, Lübeck; Nr. 106; 1908
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Lübeck to Hamburg, 1911

[Luebeck: Stadttheater] Front Text: "Lübeck, Stadttheater"
Publisher: Verlag Rudolf Karstadt, Lübeck
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Lübeck to Halle/Saale, 1919

[Luebeck: Stadttheater] Front Text: "Lübeck, Stadttheater, Kassenraum - Architekt: Prof. Martin Dülfer, Dresden" [box office]
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Lübeck to Oldenburg in Holstein, 1916

[Luebeck: Stadttheater] Front Text: "theaterlübeck, Stadttheater der Hansestadt Lübeck", above right: "Fundus" [props storage], below left: "Außenansicht" [exterior view], below right: "Blick in den Innenraum (Großes Haus)" [auditorium]
Publisher: Verlag Schöning & Co. + Gebr. Schmidt, Lübeck; Lü 4410
Size: Modern
Not sent.
Detail:
[Luebeck: Stadttheater]


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