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MUNICH THEATRE - MUNICH THEATER IN MUNICH GERMANY

Munich Theatre GermanyMunich Theatre - There are about fifty-eight theaters located in the city of Munich. Every single evening somewhere in Munich a theater is alive with acting or performing. Munich offers classic, and modern plays for viewing. You can find Operas in the German language or other European languages. The majority of all plays are done in the German language. This is wonderful if you speak the language but still interesting if you wish to view a production. Just because you may not understand the words, the sets and acting can still reach you. There are also musicals, ballets, movies and concerts being preformed in historic theatres. From the Broadway hits, to the local plays, Munich has something to offer every theater lover.

Some larger theaters allow you to Buy Tickets in advance online. Others have specials through hotels, or you can just stop by the box office. Don’t be surprised if there is a dress code. This is worth checking out at the box office, or with your hotel. Some theaters don’t allow jeans and sneakers to be worn. While in American we are use to receiving programs at a theater productions in Germany you will need to buy one for a few Euros. Outside the performing hall there may be a list of the cast members and a small description of the performance.

If you are looking for a German Opera then find your way to the Nationaltheater. The Nationaltheater is located on 2 Max-Joseph Platz. The city buses and underground trains have scheduled stops here. For those travelers that come by car, there is a parking garage to use. There is discount, if shown purchased tickets. The box office can be reached at 0049 089 218 501. There is café that offers three course dinners in the downstairs of the theater.

The Cuvillies Theater is used year round for all sort of productions but mostly Operas. During World War II, some of the theatre walls were destroyed. The theater has been reconstructed, and during the daytime visitation is allowed. The theater is located on 1 Residenzstrasse. The parking garage is located next to the theater, and you may receive a discount if you show the purchased ticket. Their telephone number is 0049 089 296 836.

Munich has a large collection of Cinemas and Movie Theaters. The majority of movies are in German but they do have American films with German subtitles. The German made movies do not include English subtitles. It is possible to find small movie theaters that show cult classics or European independent movies. For these movies the subtitles would be in the German language. While there are cinemas that offer English subtitles but usually only during odd hours in a day. The Museum Lichtspiele is a small movie theater where you can view the blockbusters and the independent films of Europe. The cinema has an old style feel to it. Located on 2 Lilien Street, and admission is 6,50 Euros for an adult. www.museum-lichtspiele.de

One of the modern theaters is known as the Fastfood Theater. It was established in 1991 by Munich theatre students. They approached the art of theater with a new mind set. They interact with the audience and put on a one of a kind performance. This theater is located on 20 Haberl Street. You can email with any questions you may have at office@fastfood-theater.de

At the Ludwig-Maximillians University in the English department is a drama group. They try to put on two plays per year at the end of their semesters. They have become very popular and large audiences attend the productions. Each semester there is a new production, and contacting the school would be best way of finding out what they are planning. These plays are done in the English language.