Sophiensaele

Sophienstraße 18, 10178 Berlin

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Sophienstraße 18, 10178 Berlin
Theater

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  • Dancing in the dark: Worn and Felt

    Jamaican choreographer Zwoisy Mears-Clarke’s Worn and Felt is an interactive performance that transposes the invisible nature of racism into non-visual dance. Catch it through May 26 at Sophiensaele.

    May 24, 2019

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    Philine Rinnert

    Searching for a Heimat: Das weisse Rössl am Central Park

    In an immersive yet alienating performance at the Sophiensæle, Johannes Müller and Philine Rinnert revive the 1930s Heimat musical, which was banned by the Nazis and resurrected by German exiles in New York. Read our review and catch it April 5-8.

    Apr 6, 2019

  • A 10-year lucky streak

    The pioneer of 'short dance'; Lucky Trimmer; is back, providing a platform for a diverse range of dancers. With a decade of history, the show returns with old favourites and new talent on Apr 4 and 6 at Sophiensaele.

    Apr 2, 2014

  • Meditation things

    Choreographer Clément Layes’ Things That Surround Us begins with three men marching in circles on a blank stage and by the end is awash in technicolor sand and destroyed objects. Serious in attempt, but it can't really explain why.

    Nov 16, 2012

  • Dance training for the advanced

    Christoph Winkler’s Taking Steps provides an insight into the everyday routine behind the curtains – the part of the dancer’s life that usually remains invisible to the audience.

    Oct 23, 2010

  • A chat with... writer/director Kathrin Bigler

    ONE NIGHT ONLY! In Hold Me Until You Break, two couples quite literally try to hold themselves together: Bigler specializes in "theatrical experiences"...

    Sep 1, 2010

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