Schliersee: Bauerntheater

Country: Germany (Deutschland)
State: Bayern
City: Schliersee
Location: Terofalplatz

Built 1892 by Emanuel Seidl. Painted curtain by Kunz Meyer-Waldegg and other painters of the München artists' society "Allotria". Opened 24. Juni 1892 with Benno Rauchenegger's "Jägerblut". Used by the resident amateur theatre company "Terofals Bauerntheater" [Terofal's Farmers' Theatre] founded by Konrad Dreher and Xaver Terofal that later also toured in Germany, Austria and in the United States (including a performance at the New York Metropolitan Opera House in 1895). Destroyed by fire in 1947. Subsequently rebuilt. Re-opened 1948. Closed 1958. Re-opened 21 July 1966. 1968 reconstruction of the painted curtain by Anton Babion to the original designs. 276 seats.

Link: www.schlierseer-bauerntheater.de

[Schliersee: Bauerntheater] Front Text: "Schliersee, Terofals Bauerntheater", inscription: "Terofals Bauerntheater"
Publisher: Georg Eitzenberger, Schliersee; Nr. 218
Type: Real Photo
Size: Classic
Not sent.

[Schliersee: Bauerntheater] Front Text: "Schlierseer Bauerntheater"
Handwritten Reverse Text: dated 1923
Publisher: Verlag Hermann Roth, Schliersee
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

[Schliersee: Bauerntheater] Front Text: "Bauerntheater Schliersee"
Publisher: Verlag Foto-Roth, Schliersee
Type: Real Photo
Size: Classic
Not sent.

[Schliersee: Bauerntheater] Front Text: "Vorhang im Bauerntheater Schliersee" [painted curtain], "Die Schlierseer im Apollotheater in Nürnberg" [advertising a guest performance of the Schliersee company in the Apollotheater, Nürnberg]
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

[Schliersee: Bauerntheater] Front Text: "Vorhang des Schlierseer Bauerntheater" [painted curtain]
Publisher: Verlag Hermann Roth, Schliersee
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.


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