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Burgfestspiele Bad Vilbel is a theatre festival in Bad Vilbel Germany. The Burgfestspiele Bad Vilbel founded in 1987 performing from June to September in the historic scenery of the water castle Bad Vilbel. Beside own theatre productions, musicals, an own child program and smaller theatre productions in the cellar, the program of the open air theater is completed by guest performances.
Burgfestspiele Bad Vilbel Wikipedia
The Burgfestspiele perform in the remains of an old water castle from the 12th century, located north in the spa gardens of Bad Vilbel. Knight of Bad Vilbel where living here, from 1581 to 1796 it was the official residence of the Kurmainz administration. Remarkable is the surrounding moat, the gate with hatchment, the baroque well in the courtyard and the large deep cellar. In the festival season from June to September the large stage and a canopied gandstand with about 700 seats are assembled. With a number of visitors exceeding 100,000 in 2015, the Burgfestspiele Bad Vilbel belongs to the top open air theatre festival locations in Germany.
Mein Freund Harvey (M. Chase), Evita - Don't cry for me Argentina (A.L. Webber/T. Rice), Der Name der Rose (U. Eco), Der kleine Horrorladen (H. Ashman), Die Zauberflöte (W.A. Mozart), Ronja Räubertochter (A. Lindgren), Jim Knopf und Lukas der Lokomotivführer (M. Ende), Tschick (Wolfgang Herrndorf, Robert Koall), Er ist wieder da (Timur Vermes), Mondscheintarif (Ildikó von Kürthy), Die 39 Stufen (Alfred Hitchcock / John Buchan)