Wien: Bürgertheater

Country: Austria (Österreich)
State: Wien
City: Wien
Location: 3.; Vordere Zollamtsstraße 13

Built 1904-1905 by Franz von Krauß and Josef Tölk. Originally used for drama performances. 1200 seats. Since 1910, used as an operetta theatre. 1951-1953 used as a second stage by the Theater in der Josefstadt company. 1953 renamed "Broadwaybühne" and briefly used for musical performances. Later used as rehearsal stage for the radio station "Sender Rot-Weiß-Rot". Demolished in 1960 in favour of a bank office building.

Notable world premieres:

  • Edmund Eysler: Der lachende Ehemann (19 Mar 1913)
  • Franz Lehár: Clo-Clo (6 Mar 1924)
  • Edmund Eysler: Der Land der Liebe (27 Aug 1926)

Links: EUTA, Wikipedia

Wien: Buergertheater Picture: right: Bürgertheater
Front Text: "Wien, Bürgertheater, Zollamtsstrasse"
Publisher: B. K. W. I. (Brüder Kohn, Wien)
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

Wien: Buergertheater Front Text: "Wien, Bürgertheater"
Publisher: B. K. W. II. (Brüder Kohn, Wien); Nr. 68
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

Wien: Buergertheater Reverse Text: "Wien III, Bürgertheater"
Publisher: A. B. & CO., Wien I
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Wien to Stadl-Paura, 1932

Wien: Buergertheater Front Text: "Beim Bürgertheater Bühnentürl - Leppa - Strassmayer" (at the Bürgertheater stagedoor)
Publisher: Verlag "Bediene dich selbst!", Wien
Type: Real Photo
Size: Classic
Not sent.

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