Welcome to Europe’s Most Modern Show Palace with the World’s Largest Theater Stage. Every evening, 1.895 guests are able to experience pure show entertainment at Europe’s most modern show palace with the world’s largest theater stage, the FriedrichstadtPalast Berlin.
Inaugurated on April 27, 1984, this was the last prestigious building of the German Democratic Republic, which by the time was already slowly dwindling down. The theater’s history, however, dates back to 1910 and theater genius Max Reinhardt. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the ‘Palace’ established itself as the best-known location for glitz and glamour in unified Germany.
Steeped in history, this show theater to this day has to offer masterly technical performances, still presenting new superlatives and world records, the world’s largest theater stage and longest girl line of 32 dancers among them. But in addition to its size, its repertoire is also quite unique. One will only find something similar in Las Vegas
Details and Prices
Since September 2, the FriedrichstadtPalast has been presenting ‘Yma – too beautiful to be true’, the most extravagant and spectacular show ever seen at Friedrichstrasse 107. With over 100 artists – soloists, dancers, musicians, and performing artists – ‘Yma’ (pronouced: Eema) is Berlin’s biggest show production, even bigger than any other continuously running show in Las Vegas. Accompanied by three soloists and the FriedrichstadtPalast’s exceptional ballet ensemble, consisting of 60 male and female dancers, the show is a breathless illustrated journey through the beautiful, free, and exceptional life of Berlin native Yma. The show also includes captivating world-class artistry by artists such as golden prizewinners ‘Duo Israfilov’ and four-time break-dancing world champions ‘Flying Steps’.
With over 700.000 guests per year, the FriedrichstadtPalast by far is the most visited stage in the German capital. At the same time, this includes many guests from other countries because the FriedrichstadtPalast‘s modern musical shows do not require an understanding of the German language. (There are about 5 minutes worth of presentations in German, which are not relevant to understanding the show).
Ticket prices range from approximately EUR 19 to EUR 117, all fees included.
FriedrichstadtPalast Friedrichstraße 107 10117 Berlin-Mitte / East End Theater District Fon: +49 30 2326 2326 www.show-palace.eu