DIE BÜHNE – The TU Dresden Theater

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DIE BÜHNE is the theater of TU Dresden. Traditionally, its focus is in professional theater work with students from all faculties. Drama, performance, readings, concerts – the repertoire of DIE BÜHNE is varied and open for its members desire for experimentation.DIE BÜHNE is a learning-by-doing theater, a theater workshop with professional production conditions and free spaces. Not only a recreational group, DIE BÜHNE offers you the opportunity to apply knowledge from your studies in a practical and independent way and also gain topical and personal experience beyond the borders of your faculty. This may be in drama or media courses, improvisational theater, working on the lighting/sound crew, as director’s assistant, dramatic adviser, playwright, actor, performer ... And helping out with organizational tasks.DIE BÜHNE is one of the oldest and currently largest student theaters in Germany with more than sixty years of history. Together with professional theater artists, each season the ensemble puts on four to five productions, which are complemented by smaller projects co-led by students and professionals. Productions are staged at the Weberbau studio stage, Teplitzer Str. 26.

Further information on DIE BÜHNE – The TU Dresden Theater

Rehearsals For information, to join or to answer questions you can come long in our office, always Fridays between 2 pm and 4 pm, directly under the stage.
Fee Collaboration in the organisation of the theatre and the desire for theatre
Contact Vorstand
Teplitzer Straße 26
01219 Dresden
Telefon: +49 (0) 351 46336351
E-Mail: buero [at] die-buehne.tu-dresden.de
Pre-order is possible via the website
Website https://die-buehne.tu-dresden.de/
Performance modalities DIE BÜHNE plays primarily in its own theatre, but also makes guest appearances abroad and presents guest performances and concerts. In addition, DIE BÜHNE offers a basic acting course and improvisation theatre every semester. For more information on the programme and answers to (almost) all questions, please visit the homepage.
Season break: July to October, as well as Christmas / New Year