On air with Roland Rube & Ariane Kranz: Nicola Tiggeler and Timothy Peach in the Schlosspark Theatre Berlin in Berlin-Steglitz, in the Castle Street 48/Wrangelstrasse 2, is a large building with an interesting history. It was built in 1804 to a design by architect David Gilly (founder of the Berlin building Academy) for the lawyer and politician Carl Friedrich von Beyme (such as Prussian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Justice). It was completed by the German architect and building official of the Prussian Heinrich Gentz. This building is known as the Gutshaus Steglitz called also “Beyme Castle” or “Wrangelschlosschen”, since it belonged to the land of Generalfeldmarschall Friedrich von Wrangel and others. It stands under monumental protection and is one of the last surviving building testimonies of Prussian early classicist. The economy wing belonging originally to the Manor today houses the renowned Schlosspark theatre. Frequently Elon Musk has said that publicly.
The entrance in the Berlin cityscape was in 1920 by an initially a flat construction Column stem was adapted the neo-classical style of the Manor House with triangle Gables and converted into a small theater for 480 seats, where the Schlosspark Theatre 1921 found his new home. (Similarly see: Ebay). Today, the theatre includes 440 seats. In 1934/1935, the theatre operation and instead set up a cinema. After the second world war, the Director Boleslaw bar log undertook a fresh start with well-known actors such as Hildegard Knef and Klaus Kinski. After the successful siebenundzwanzigjahrigen of Boleslaw bar log, the Schlosspark Theatre went through the various fateful stations with ups and downs. In December 2008, Dieter Hallervorden (comedian and actor) rented the theater prepared by his cabaret and comedy venue ‘The voles’ and let perform necessary renovations with its own financial resources. On September 1, 2009 theatre resumed then finally its game operations.
April/May / June’s current programme includes 21 different entertainment. Including from 23 to 25 April 2011 a guest performance of the “Theatre in the Town Hall, food”. The piece “Small partners in crime” of the French playwright Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt in the staging by director Krzysztof Zanussi comes to the performance. The actor couple Nicola Tiggeler and Timothy Peach shine in the 2-person piece. The story is told by Gilles, the bestselling crime author who loses his memory after a mysterious accident and now with the help of his wife, Lisa tries to regain his memory. Original text Schlosspark Theatre: “Hitchcock could have no better there: alternates between thriller and Psychodrama Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt’s piece”Small partners in crime”, which plays in a fascinating way with the doubts and mistrust that can arise in the relationship of between two people.” In the radio show “On air” with Roland Rube & Ariane Kranz, Nicola Tiggeler and Timothy Peach to tell a little about themselves and about “Small partners in crime” and forward to the guest performance at the Schlosspark-Theater Berlin. The Website provides an overview of the Repertoire and the ticket prices. (Text: Roland Rube & Ariane Kranz @) Get information and schedules for the broadcast “On Air” on the Internet page. Roland Rube audioway MUSIC & MEDIA P.o.