Komische Oper Berlin

Since the construction of the venue in the Behrenstraße (which opened as the Theater Unter den Linden in 1892), the Komische Oper Berlin has at various times been a consistent international trend-setter in the world of musical theatre. As the leading theatre for operettas and revues in the 1920s, it fundamentally shaped the Berlin, and hence international, entertainment scene. Following the Second World War, Walter Felsenstein’s concept of musical theatre revolutionised European opera, and to this day remains an important point of reference for the great majority of musical theatre directors seeking to be contemporary in their work. This inspirational international influence as a trend-setter in innovative musical theatre is reflected in the many artistic careers which began at the Komische Oper Berlin – including those of the directors Götz Friedrich and Harry Kupfer as well as the conductors Otto Klemperer, Kurt Masur, Yakov Kreizberg, and Kirill Petrenko.

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B3-Preise 49 39 29 24 19 13 12
C3-Preise 69 54 39 29 24 16 12

Local Trains and Trams 
Friedrichstrasse: RE 1, RE 2, RE 7 and RB 14; S 1, S 2, S 25, S 5, S 7
Brandenburger Tor: S 1, S 2, S 25

Underground Trains
Französische Strasse, Stadtmitte: U 6
Stadtmitte, Mohrenstrasse: U 2
Brandenburger Tor: U 55

Bus
Unter den Linden, Friedrichstrasse: TXL, 100, 147, 200, N 2, N 6

Trams
Friedrichstrasse: M 1, 12

Parking
Friedrichstadt Passage Car Park

Adresse

KOMISCHE OPER BERLIN
Behrenstraße 55-57
10117 Berlin
www.komische-oper-berlin.de

Öffnungszeiten

Mon-Sat 11am until 7pm; Sun + holidays 1pm until 4pm.