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FRANKFURT THEATRE - FRANKFURT THEATER GERMANY

Frankfurt TheatreFrankfurt theatres - Locating a theater in Frankfurt isn't difficult but deciding what you are in the mood to see may be. Frankfurt offers a large selection from the classics to new age performances. The amount of theaters in Frankfurt demonstrate how important the performing arts are to the German people. With the theater, the Germans can express their outlook on the world through art.

While you are exploring the city, you will find theaters right next to museums and art galleries. Some of the Frankfurt Theaters have been rebuilt and reconstructed from the past and others are brand new. The majority of theaters aren't open on Mondays and tend to only have shows during the weekend. If you are wondering if there is a must see performance, feel free to stop by the box offices or ask around. The locals may have some suggestions you hadn't thought of.

The International Theater Frankfurt have performances can be heard in German, English, Spanish, Italian, French, and Russian. They try to perform scripts from around the world. Hence the reason for the name of the theater. Not only can you see dramas, but also dancing, art exhibitions, concerts and other performances. This theater is used year round for entertaining the locals and guest. If you visit their website you can sign up for their monthly newsletter. At the English Theater Frankfurt has shows of course in the English language.

The Kellertheater is known as the underground theater. You can catch a classic or an improve show. It really just depends on what is going on when you are visiting. They are only open on Fridays and Saturdays. Tickets can be as cheap as 10 Euros for one show per person. Sometimes the tickets cost more because of the type of show that is being put on. The Gallus Theater has two kinds of theaters, the normal theater and the Kindertheater. The Kindertheater is theater for children.

If opera is more your style of then find your way to Alte Oper Frankfurt. The operas are classics and modern. The choice of language will really depend on the show. They are closed on Sundays and holidays. No matter what you enjoy in theater, Frankfurt will at least have one theater that you would love.

International Theater Frankfurt
Hanauer Landstrasse 5-7
Telephone: 069 499 0980
S-Bahn: Get off at the Ostendstrasse stop

English Theater Frankfurt
Kaiser Strasse 52
Telephone: 069 242 316 20
Kellertheater
Main Strasse 2
Telephone: +49 69 288 023

Gallus Theater
Kleyerstrasse 15
Telephone: 069 758 060 20

Alte Oper Frankfurt
Opernplatz 1
Telephone: +49 69 13400

 

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