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December 2022
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Thu 8. Dec
11:00

Franz Wittenbrink
Pippi Longstocking is the strongest girl in the world! Her roommates, a monkey and a horse, are called Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle. So it's no surprise that Tommy and Annika from next door think Pippi, Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle are so terrific that they even forget about dinner…
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Thu 8. Dec
16:00

Special guided tour: Orchestra
Numerous guided tours offer individual and exciting looks behind the scenes of the Komische Oper Berlin, enriched with entertaining retrospectives and futuristic digital views. Dive into the fascinating world of the opera house!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 9. Dec
16:00

General house tour
When was the Komische Oper Berlin founded? How many seats are there in the auditorium? What’s with the funny name, and where are the huge stage sets actually stored? You will get answers to all these questions during your guided tour at the Komische Oper Berlin. Enriched with exciting theatre anecdotes, we take a close look behind the scenes of the opera house.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 9. Dec
20:00

Symphony concert with Nadja Zwiener and Elina Albach
The musicians Nadja Zwiener (violin) and Elina Albach (harpsichord)—celebrated in Early Music circles and among lovers of the original sound—dare to plunge into the floods of the baroque masters!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 10. Dec
14:00

Guided tour for families
Numerous guided tours offer individual and exciting looks behind the scenes of the Komische Oper Berlin, enriched with entertaining retrospectives and futuristic digital views. Dive into the fascinating world of the opera house!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 10. Dec
17:00

Mit allen Sinnen geniessen!
In cooperation with the opera catering company “kultur-catering”, a culinary opera treat is offered for selected performances: A three-course meal at a festively decorated table in the special atmosphere of the opera casino before the curtain rises. This can be easily booked with the service on the respective evening (opera and dinner both begin at 5 p.m.).
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 10. Dec
19:30

Richard Wagner
Blood-red sails, an undead crew and a cursed captain. The tale of the Flying Dutchman strikes fear into the heart of every seasoned sailor. Richard Wagner captures the spirit of the fabled Dutchman in a score as mysterious as it is monumental. Wagner's first opera on his life’s theme—redemption in death through love—is staged at the Komische Oper Berlin by Herbert Fritsch.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 11. Dec
16:00

Oscar Straus
Hallo, hier bin ick!! – National crisis for the Pharaoh-esse with the Berlin accent. Cleopatra’s got her hands full: drought, revolt at the palace, rebellions, and a shortage of men. When her mysterious pears come to the rescue, she’ll have the audience laughing until it hurts. »It’s pure joy to experience Manzel as the insulting female sovereign who has at least three temperaments: the power-conscious ruler, the wistful woman yearning for love, and the personality of her profusely drunken cat, Ingeborg. « [Der Tagesspiegel]
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Mon 12. Dec
11:00

Franz Wittenbrink
Pippi Longstocking is the strongest girl in the world! Her roommates, a monkey and a horse, are called Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle. So it's no surprise that Tommy and Annika from next door think Pippi, Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle are so terrific that they even forget about dinner…
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Mon 12. Dec
20:00

Chamber concert
Foyer
In the elegant ambience of the foyer, the musicians of the Komische Oper Berlin reveal their vulnerable side in the Chamber Concerts – without an orchestra pit, or any kind of safety net.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Tue 13. Dec
19:30

Oscar Straus
Revival
Enter Dagmar Manzel and Max Hopp. She plays: Manon Cavallini, the opera diva, Raoul Severac, her suitor, as well as the father of her daughter Lucy. He plays: this very same daughter, all five of Cavallini’s lovers, and on top of that, Lucy’s gallant. In further roles – Dagmar Manzel and Max Hopp! Twenty characters, two performers. A breathless tour de force with an orchestra, conducted by Adam Benzwi, that serves up a firework display of fastpaced marches, tempestuous waltzes and incomparable chansons composed by Oscar Straus. »After just 90 minutes, one feels totally drunk on so much energy, intellect and wit.« [BERLINER MORGENPOST]
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Wed 14. Dec
19:30

Richard Wagner
Blood-red sails, an undead crew and a cursed captain. The tale of the Flying Dutchman strikes fear into the heart of every seasoned sailor. Richard Wagner captures the spirit of the fabled Dutchman in a score as mysterious as it is monumental. Wagner's first opera on his life’s theme—redemption in death through love—is staged at the Komische Oper Berlin by Herbert Fritsch.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Thu 15. Dec
16:00

Special guided tour: Stage Design
Numerous guided tours offer individual and exciting looks behind the scenes of the Komische Oper Berlin, enriched with entertaining retrospectives and futuristic digital views. Dive into the fascinating world of the opera house!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Thu 15. Dec
19:30

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Revival
Tamino in the belly of the dragon, the Queen of the Night as a giant spider, dancing constellations and flying butterfly boys – the fascination The Magic Flute exerts over both young and old audience members at the Komische Oper Berlin seems endless.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 16. Dec
16:00

General house tour
When was the Komische Oper Berlin founded? How many seats are there in the auditorium? What’s with the funny name, and where are the huge stage sets actually stored? You will get answers to all these questions during your guided tour at the Komische Oper Berlin. Enriched with exciting theatre anecdotes, we take a close look behind the scenes of the opera house.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 16. Dec
19:30

Oscar Straus
Hallo, hier bin ick!! – National crisis for the Pharaoh-esse with the Berlin accent. Cleopatra’s got her hands full: drought, revolt at the palace, rebellions, and a shortage of men. When her mysterious pears come to the rescue, she’ll have the audience laughing until it hurts. »It’s pure joy to experience Manzel as the insulting female sovereign who has at least three temperaments: the power-conscious ruler, the wistful woman yearning for love, and the personality of her profusely drunken cat, Ingeborg. « [Der Tagesspiegel]
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 17. Dec
17:00

Mit allen Sinnen geniessen!
In cooperation with the opera catering company “kultur-catering”, a culinary opera treat is offered for selected performances: A three-course meal at a festively decorated table in the special atmosphere of the opera casino before the curtain rises. This can be easily booked with the service on the respective evening (opera and dinner both begin at 5 p.m.).
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 17. Dec
19:30

Richard Wagner
Blood-red sails, an undead crew and a cursed captain. The tale of the Flying Dutchman strikes fear into the heart of every seasoned sailor. Richard Wagner captures the spirit of the fabled Dutchman in a score as mysterious as it is monumental. Wagner's first opera on his life’s theme—redemption in death through love—is staged at the Komische Oper Berlin by Herbert Fritsch.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 18. Dec
18:00

Jacques Offenbach
Premiere
After the success of the Jazz Operettas concerts at Christmas time, the Komische Oper Berlin begins a new chapter. More precisely, the first chapter of operetta ever: The fiery pen of Jacques Offenbach, the founding father of modern operetta, takes center stage, beginning with the two one-act operettas Oyayaye and Fortunios Song. Although they couldn’t be more different, they are firmly within the grasp of acting legend Burghart Klaußner, who commands the evening as Fortunio himself.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Mon 19. Dec
19:30

Oscar Straus
Enter Dagmar Manzel and Max Hopp. She plays: Manon Cavallini, the opera diva, Raoul Severac, her suitor, as well as the father of her daughter Lucy. He plays: this very same daughter, all five of Cavallini’s lovers, and on top of that, Lucy’s gallant. In further roles – Dagmar Manzel and Max Hopp! Twenty characters, two performers. A breathless tour de force with an orchestra, conducted by Adam Benzwi, that serves up a firework display of fastpaced marches, tempestuous waltzes and incomparable chansons composed by Oscar Straus. »After just 90 minutes, one feels totally drunk on so much energy, intellect and wit.« [BERLINER MORGENPOST]
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Thu 22. Dec
19:30

Oscar Straus
Last time this season!
Enter Dagmar Manzel and Max Hopp. She plays: Manon Cavallini, the opera diva, Raoul Severac, her suitor, as well as the father of her daughter Lucy. He plays: this very same daughter, all five of Cavallini’s lovers, and on top of that, Lucy’s gallant. In further roles – Dagmar Manzel and Max Hopp! Twenty characters, two performers. A breathless tour de force with an orchestra, conducted by Adam Benzwi, that serves up a firework display of fastpaced marches, tempestuous waltzes and incomparable chansons composed by Oscar Straus. »After just 90 minutes, one feels totally drunk on so much energy, intellect and wit.« [BERLINER MORGENPOST]
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 23. Dec
19:30

The Gala
Premiere
On stage
In the bitterly cold winter of 1947, just in time for Christmas, the people of Berlin received a very special gift. On December 23rd, in the middle of the destroyed city center, the doors of the newly founded Komische Oper opened on the site of the former Metropol Theater. The program included The Bat by Johann Strauss. It was the birth of a stage that would revolutionize the world of opera.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 25. Dec

https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 25. Dec
18:00

Richard Wagner
Blood-red sails, an undead crew and a cursed captain. The tale of the Flying Dutchman strikes fear into the heart of every seasoned sailor. Richard Wagner captures the spirit of the fabled Dutchman in a score as mysterious as it is monumental. Wagner's first opera on his life’s theme—redemption in death through love—is staged at the Komische Oper Berlin by Herbert Fritsch.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Mon 26. Dec

https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Mon 26. Dec
11:00

Franz Wittenbrink
Pippi Longstocking is the strongest girl in the world! Her roommates, a monkey and a horse, are called Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle. So it's no surprise that Tommy and Annika from next door think Pippi, Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle are so terrific that they even forget about dinner…
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Mon 26. Dec
19:30

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Tamino in the belly of the dragon, the Queen of the Night as a giant spider, dancing constellations and flying butterfly boys – the fascination The Magic Flute exerts over both young and old audience members at the Komische Oper Berlin seems endless.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Tue 27. Dec
11:00

Franz Wittenbrink
Pippi Longstocking is the strongest girl in the world! Her roommates, a monkey and a horse, are called Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle. So it's no surprise that Tommy and Annika from next door think Pippi, Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle are so terrific that they even forget about dinner…
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Tue 27. Dec
19:30

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Tamino in the belly of the dragon, the Queen of the Night as a giant spider, dancing constellations and flying butterfly boys – the fascination The Magic Flute exerts over both young and old audience members at the Komische Oper Berlin seems endless.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Wed 28. Dec
19:30

Oscar Straus
Hallo, hier bin ick!! – National crisis for the Pharaoh-esse with the Berlin accent. Cleopatra’s got her hands full: drought, revolt at the palace, rebellions, and a shortage of men. When her mysterious pears come to the rescue, she’ll have the audience laughing until it hurts. »It’s pure joy to experience Manzel as the insulting female sovereign who has at least three temperaments: the power-conscious ruler, the wistful woman yearning for love, and the personality of her profusely drunken cat, Ingeborg. « [Der Tagesspiegel]
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Thu 29. Dec
19:30

Richard Wagner
Last time this season!
Blood-red sails, an undead crew and a cursed captain. The tale of the Flying Dutchman strikes fear into the heart of every seasoned sailor. Richard Wagner captures the spirit of the fabled Dutchman in a score as mysterious as it is monumental. Wagner's first opera on his life’s theme—redemption in death through love—is staged at the Komische Oper Berlin by Herbert Fritsch.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 30. Dec
19:30

Jacques Offenbach
Last time this season!
After the success of the Jazz Operettas concerts at Christmas time, the Komische Oper Berlin begins a new chapter. More precisely, the first chapter of operetta ever: The fiery pen of Jacques Offenbach, the founding father of modern operetta, takes center stage, beginning with the two one-act operettas Oyayaye and Fortunios Song. Although they couldn’t be more different, they are firmly within the grasp of acting legend Burghart Klaußner, who commands the evening as Fortunio himself.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 31. Dec

https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 31. Dec
18:00

Oscar Straus
Hallo, hier bin ick!! – National crisis for the Pharaoh-esse with the Berlin accent. Cleopatra’s got her hands full: drought, revolt at the palace, rebellions, and a shortage of men. When her mysterious pears come to the rescue, she’ll have the audience laughing until it hurts. »It’s pure joy to experience Manzel as the insulting female sovereign who has at least three temperaments: the power-conscious ruler, the wistful woman yearning for love, and the personality of her profusely drunken cat, Ingeborg. « [Der Tagesspiegel]
January 2023
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 1. Jan

https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 1. Jan
18:00

Symphony concert with Max Hopp and Nadja Mchantaf
After a wild New Year’s Eve celebration, many of us feel like Mary Shelley’s creature Frankenstein the next morning: Freshly assembled, eyes a little glassy, with a head full of wild scenes! Hardly any day is better suited for a festive hangover and a healthy New Year’s stroll than the first day of the year.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 6. Jan
16:00

General house tour
When was the Komische Oper Berlin founded? How many seats are there in the auditorium? What’s with the funny name, and where are the huge stage sets actually stored? You will get answers to all these questions during your guided tour at the Komische Oper Berlin. Enriched with exciting theatre anecdotes, we take a close look behind the scenes of the opera house.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 6. Jan
19:30

Oscar Straus
Last time this season!
Hallo, hier bin ick!! – National crisis for the Pharaoh-esse with the Berlin accent. Cleopatra’s got her hands full: drought, revolt at the palace, rebellions, and a shortage of men. When her mysterious pears come to the rescue, she’ll have the audience laughing until it hurts. »It’s pure joy to experience Manzel as the insulting female sovereign who has at least three temperaments: the power-conscious ruler, the wistful woman yearning for love, and the personality of her profusely drunken cat, Ingeborg. « [Der Tagesspiegel]
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 7. Jan
14:00

Special guided tour: Costume
Numerous guided tours offer individual and exciting looks behind the scenes of the Komische Oper Berlin, enriched with entertaining retrospectives and futuristic digital views. Dive into the fascinating world of the opera house!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 7. Jan
16:00

General house tour
When was the Komische Oper Berlin founded? How many seats are there in the auditorium? What’s with the funny name, and where are the huge stage sets actually stored? You will get answers to all these questions during your guided tour at the Komische Oper Berlin. Enriched with exciting theatre anecdotes, we take a close look behind the scenes of the opera house.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 7. Jan
19:00

Antonín Dvořák
Lyrical tale in three acts (1901)
Antonín Dvořák
Revival
Rusalka, the daughter of a powerful water sprite, has fallen madly in love with a human prince. Though warned against it, she prepares to leave her life behind and become human in the name of love. The mermaid is ready to make any sacrifice, but the prince, human and weak, cannot withstand this love. Ultimately, the price Rusalka has to pay for her love is high, and bitter.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 8. Jan
11:00

Franz Wittenbrink
Pippi Longstocking is the strongest girl in the world! Her roommates, a monkey and a horse, are called Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle. So it's no surprise that Tommy and Annika from next door think Pippi, Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle are so terrific that they even forget about dinner…
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 8. Jan
19:00

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Tamino in the belly of the dragon, the Queen of the Night as a giant spider, dancing constellations and flying butterfly boys – the fascination The Magic Flute exerts over both young and old audience members at the Komische Oper Berlin seems endless.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Mon 9. Jan
19:30

Salon über das wichtigste Lebenselixier zur Wiederaufnahme von Rusalka
Almost 200 years ago, the very quarter in which the Komische Oper Berlin now stands was a center of the so-called “literary salons”, and thus one of the most important meeting places of the up-and-coming middle class. Important salonnières such as Rahel Varnhagen and Henriette Herz invited interesting personalities from Society, Art and the Sciences to their homes for an informal exchange of ideas. The atmosphere was relaxed and stimulating ...
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 13. Jan
16:00

General house tour
When was the Komische Oper Berlin founded? How many seats are there in the auditorium? What’s with the funny name, and where are the huge stage sets actually stored? You will get answers to all these questions during your guided tour at the Komische Oper Berlin. Enriched with exciting theatre anecdotes, we take a close look behind the scenes of the opera house.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 13. Jan
19:00

Sergej S. Prokofjew

Revival
“A musical theatre miracle!” [BERLINER MORGENPOST] One of the most successful productions of the Komische Oper Berlin returns to the repertoire for the last time after 138 performances: Prokofiev's ludicrous fairy tale about a melancholy prince who falls in love with three oranges, in a timelessly poetic production by Andreas Homoki. Thus unfolds a lusty production that cheekily rebels against logic and realism, and creates space for dreaming. “This Prokofiev passes over the stage with such infectious enthusiasm that the audience is completely out of its mind” [Opernwelt]—and has been for over 20 years now!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 14. Jan
14:00

Special guided tour: Mask
Numerous guided tours offer individual and exciting looks behind the scenes of the Komische Oper Berlin, enriched with entertaining retrospectives and futuristic digital views. Dive into the fascinating world of the opera house!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 14. Jan
16:00

General house tour
When was the Komische Oper Berlin founded? How many seats are there in the auditorium? What’s with the funny name, and where are the huge stage sets actually stored? You will get answers to all these questions during your guided tour at the Komische Oper Berlin. Enriched with exciting theatre anecdotes, we take a close look behind the scenes of the opera house.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 14. Jan
17:00

Mit allen Sinnen geniessen!
In cooperation with the opera catering company “kultur-catering”, a culinary opera treat is offered for selected performances: A three-course meal at a festively decorated table in the special atmosphere of the opera casino before the curtain rises. This can be easily booked with the service on the respective evening (opera and dinner both begin at 5 p.m.).
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 14. Jan
19:30

Antonín Dvořák
Lyrical tale in three acts (1901)
Antonín Dvořák
Rusalka, the daughter of a powerful water sprite, has fallen madly in love with a human prince. Though warned against it, she prepares to leave her life behind and become human in the name of love. The mermaid is ready to make any sacrifice, but the prince, human and weak, cannot withstand this love. Ultimately, the price Rusalka has to pay for her love is high, and bitter.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 15. Jan
11:00

Franz Wittenbrink
Last time this season!
Pippi Longstocking is the strongest girl in the world! Her roommates, a monkey and a horse, are called Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle. So it's no surprise that Tommy and Annika from next door think Pippi, Mr. Nilsson and Little Uncle are so terrific that they even forget about dinner…
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 15. Jan
19:00

Sergej S. Prokofjew

“A musical theatre miracle!” [BERLINER MORGENPOST] One of the most successful productions of the Komische Oper Berlin returns to the repertoire for the last time after 138 performances: Prokofiev's ludicrous fairy tale about a melancholy prince who falls in love with three oranges, in a timelessly poetic production by Andreas Homoki. Thus unfolds a lusty production that cheekily rebels against logic and realism, and creates space for dreaming. “This Prokofiev passes over the stage with such infectious enthusiasm that the audience is completely out of its mind” [Opernwelt]—and has been for over 20 years now!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Mon 16. Jan
20:00

Chamber concert
Foyer
In the elegant ambience of the foyer, the musicians of the Komische Oper Berlin reveal their vulnerable side in the Chamber Concerts – without an orchestra pit, or any kind of safety net.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 20. Jan
16:00

General house tour
When was the Komische Oper Berlin founded? How many seats are there in the auditorium? What’s with the funny name, and where are the huge stage sets actually stored? You will get answers to all these questions during your guided tour at the Komische Oper Berlin. Enriched with exciting theatre anecdotes, we take a close look behind the scenes of the opera house.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 20. Jan
19:00

Sergej S. Prokofjew

“A musical theatre miracle!” [BERLINER MORGENPOST] One of the most successful productions of the Komische Oper Berlin returns to the repertoire for the last time after 138 performances: Prokofiev's ludicrous fairy tale about a melancholy prince who falls in love with three oranges, in a timelessly poetic production by Andreas Homoki. Thus unfolds a lusty production that cheekily rebels against logic and realism, and creates space for dreaming. “This Prokofiev passes over the stage with such infectious enthusiasm that the audience is completely out of its mind” [Opernwelt]—and has been for over 20 years now!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 21. Jan
16:00

Special guided tour: Props
Numerous guided tours offer individual and exciting looks behind the scenes of the Komische Oper Berlin, enriched with entertaining retrospectives and futuristic digital views. Dive into the fascinating world of the opera house!
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 21. Jan
17:00

Mit allen Sinnen geniessen!
In cooperation with the opera catering company “kultur-catering”, a culinary opera treat is offered for selected performances: A three-course meal at a festively decorated table in the special atmosphere of the opera casino before the curtain rises. This can be easily booked with the service on the respective evening (opera and dinner both begin at 5 p.m.).
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 21. Jan
19:30

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Tamino in the belly of the dragon, the Queen of the Night as a giant spider, dancing constellations and flying butterfly boys – the fascination The Magic Flute exerts over both young and old audience members at the Komische Oper Berlin seems endless.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 21. Jan
22:15

The Late-Night Talk: Talking to the Artists
The face, the voice and the soul of the Komische Oper Berlin, and of every performance: the members of the ensemble! In the new late-night talk format, two stage artists from each production answer the questions of dramaturgy and of the audience ...
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 22. Jan
10:00

Foyer
Two weeks before the premiere, the respective dramaturges invite you to a matinee on Sunday at noon in the upper foyer. Here you can get deeper insight into the work, and insider information about the production before your visit to the opera. The director, conductor, set and costume designers will talk about their work and whet your curiosity about the upcoming premiere.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 22. Jan
19:00

Antonín Dvořák
Lyrical tale in three acts (1901)
Antonín Dvořák
Rusalka, the daughter of a powerful water sprite, has fallen madly in love with a human prince. Though warned against it, she prepares to leave her life behind and become human in the name of love. The mermaid is ready to make any sacrifice, but the prince, human and weak, cannot withstand this love. Ultimately, the price Rusalka has to pay for her love is high, and bitter.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 27. Jan
19:30

Antonín Dvořák
Lyrical tale in three acts (1901)
Antonín Dvořák
Rusalka, the daughter of a powerful water sprite, has fallen madly in love with a human prince. Though warned against it, she prepares to leave her life behind and become human in the name of love. The mermaid is ready to make any sacrifice, but the prince, human and weak, cannot withstand this love. Ultimately, the price Rusalka has to pay for her love is high, and bitter.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 28. Jan
19:00

(Ein Käfig voller Narren)
Jerry Herman
Premiere
“I am what I am, and what I am is no secret”—And it shouldn’t be! In 1983, the beat of freedom resounded from Broadway to London, Paris, Vienna and Berlin, and heralded the triumphant advance of a musical that makes everyone wishing for a life outside of petty conventions breathe a sigh of relief. A plea to trust one’s own feelings, not to pretend, and thus make the world a more colorful, beautiful and habitable place.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 29. Jan
16:00

Sergej S. Prokofjew

“A musical theatre miracle!” [BERLINER MORGENPOST] One of the most successful productions of the Komische Oper Berlin returns to the repertoire for the last time after 138 performances: Prokofiev's ludicrous fairy tale about a melancholy prince who falls in love with three oranges, in a timelessly poetic production by Andreas Homoki. Thus unfolds a lusty production that cheekily rebels against logic and realism, and creates space for dreaming. “This Prokofiev passes over the stage with such infectious enthusiasm that the audience is completely out of its mind” [Opernwelt]—and has been for over 20 years now!