Munich Travel Tip:
The Munich Kammerspiele (German: Münchner Kammerspiele) is a successful German language theatre in Munich. The Schauspielhaus in the Maximilianstrasse is the major stage.
The Munich Kammerspiele was founded in 1911 as a private theatre of Erich Ziegel in Schwabing. Since 1917 Otto Falckenberg served as director and moved the theatre in 1926 into the Schauspielhaus in the Maximilianstrasse which had been constructed by Richard Riemerschmid and Max Littmann in Art Nouveau style in 1901. Since 1933 the theatre has been a municipal theatre of the City of Munich. Since 1961 the Werkraumtheater has served as second stage for the Kammerspiele. In 2001 the new large building by Gustav Peichl with a stage for rehearsals next to the Schauspielhaus was opened.
[ Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Munich_Kammerspiele ]
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