Tourist Attraction in Munich: Münchner Kammerspiele
The Munich Kammerspiele (Münchner Kammerspiele) is a state-funded German-language theatre company based at the Schauspielhaus on Maximilianstrasse in the Bavarian capital. The building was built in 1900 and 1901 by Richard Riemerschmid, Jugendstil exponent. The scene gears were created by Max Littmann. The interior of the theater is also in the liberty style. The walls are red in color while the ceiling is green, with six stucco louvres and floral decorations. The chandeliers are shaped like a bud. The decorative curtain was made in 1971. The foyer and the ticket office mirror the style used for the rest of the theater. Already from the first performances, the theater distinguished itself to choose works destined to stir. Here, in fact, was the work of Frank Wedekind, Awakening of Spring. This kind of tradition, that is to host theater performances of avant-garde, continued even after the war, up to our present day. Here also have performed their works the major actors and theatrical writers of Germany.