Flying Volksbühne Frankfurt Rhein-Main - Fliegende Volksbühne Frankfurt Rhein-Main

The Fliegende Volksbühne Frankfurt Rhein-Main is a dialect theater founded in November 2008 in Frankfurt am Main . The sponsor is a registered association , the director and artistic director is Michael Quast . For performance are dramas , contemporary plays, recitations and other cabaret performance will be in Frankfurt and Südhessischer dialect.

For a long time the performances took place in different locations. From 2013 to 2015 the Fliegende Volksbühne used the Cantate Hall [1] in the Großer Hirschgraben next to the Goethe House , which has been a permanent venue for the Fliegende Volksbühne since 2020 after its renovation [2] [3 ] . The Frankfurter Volkstheater played here from 1971 until it was closed in early 2013 .

The Fliegende Volksbühne has been sponsoring the Barock am Main theater festival since 2010 .

Weblinks

Individual evidence

  1. journal-frankfurt
  2. hessenschau.de from 20 January 2020
  3. FAZ of January 21, 2020
  4. ^ FR of January 26, 2020

Coordinates: 50 ° 6 ′ 40 ″ N , 8 ° 40 ′ 40 ″ E