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Friedrichstadt-Palast Berlin, Berlin

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  • Photograph from the outside at night a beautiful sight and also for the suitable. Is fun so what to scan!
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  • The Friedrichstadt Palace built in 1984 on the existing since 1865 walls is not only a cultural institution in Berlin-Mitte, but a "must see" for any visitor to Berlin. The Revue - and show theatre is known far beyond the borders of Germany and popular. The gang in this mega-theater stage is much better, much personal, familial somehow and still much dedicated and enthusiastic as in Nevada famous desert city as a visit to one of the largest Las Vegas shows, no. The telephone hotline and the cashiers of the friedrichstadtpalast as the inlet and the breaks catering ranked with local accents is staffed with friendly staff (Sinalco soft drinks, wine, chocolate, u.v.m.!). The Hall accommodates nearly 2,000 spectators and the rotating "multifunction multi-tier high-tech stage" with an integrated water pool is gigantic large and deep. The seats are comfortable, the ticket prices quite moderate, the theatre's own orchestra very talented and every show very meticulously and diligently prepared. I have now visited the third time a show at this theatre. And the best thing so far as show and musical saw, was accompanied by a brilliant co-wrote and co-produced "The Wyld - not of this world", which grossed 10.6 million EUR production, over 40 million euro,-Director, the enigmatic guru of Thierry Mugler and several world-famous choreographer who had worked for international stars such as Beyoncé, Cher and Britney Spears. This show was a rush for all the senses: the perfect blend of sound and rhythm, color and light, dance and singing, costumes and stage design, speed and dramaturgy, effects and surprises ripped one from the very first moment and no longer let one loose. Almost intoxicated I left the Palace at the time. The current Grand show "The One", produced for record-breaking 11 million euros, however, is too quiet - Yes, she has me from my point of view even lengths. There also the collaboration with the fashion designer Jean Paul can't change Gaultier. Rewrite what the makers of "The One" with the "search for happiness in poetry", was a not successful attempt to drag a core story through two hour show for me more. You can forgo the explanations of the voice to the sense and the history behind the displayed program at the beginning of the show well, because the logic of the show is also not better revealed. A non-too much vocals of a singer, which although already has earned her musical laurels, but does still too little contour, spirit and sex, dancing and acting könnender male casting show winner as second actor who always again helpless staggers in the kilt by the scenes, wild neatly without much sense and logic, admittedly professionally implemented vaudeville numbers, which in any G.O.P..-Theatre can be seen , and little spectacular deposits or technical highlights make this new show to a kind of "Slow down" and a stark contrast to the previous show "The Wyld" with its impressive above and underwater dance scenes and the continuing tension and erotic. However, the show "The One" looks more like a measure, even though she cost more than the predecessor. The problem of the new show: You could not decide well, whether it a colourful concert (the singer has just too many lengthy solo performances!), should be a dance Revue, a musical or a vaudeville circus. Here, the continuous tension, and the speed of the previous show, from which you could not let go missing anyway. After all, Friedrich city Palace House Ballet concludes the popular girl series at its best offers and dances on the level of the famous Parisian cabaret Theatre "Moulin Rouge" a Cancan. "The One - Grand Show" was inspired by the way by Jean Paul Gaultier, who must make a kind of danced fashion show at the beginning and at the end of the show. Conclusion: Who hasn't seen "The Wyld", expected the a professionally staged show with lots of music, with many colors, many costumes and often dividing and thus changing stage in any case. But who was allowed to experience "The Wyld", which will be "The One", that you can beat something probably not yet again. And finally the Friedrichstadt Palast has to offer something arguably calmer minds. The local press at least celebrated the new show. Maybe it was the alleged silence in the production, which arrives at a certain audience this time. Anyway, I rather for speed, to excite surprise and strong impressions for all my senses and therefore I have to yawn also in "The One". I look forward to the next show in the Frederick town Palace!
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  • Were again great and entertaining this year again to the children's show in the Palace. The WOW effect was however not so great, because we had already a certain expectation from the last year. Still absolutely worth seeing!
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  • Great venue! Was very surprised at the moving stage floor which was put to fantastic use during the One Show, and felt you would probably get a great experience in any of the seated sections without needing to fork out for the front row. Will be keeping an eye out for more shows here the next time I'm in Berlin!
  • Saw the One show. It's a revue, not a show so totally disjointed and meaningless. However great entertainment. You don't need to speak German to be entertained. We paid almost 90 euros for front seats, but to be honest even the ones at the back seemed great. Largest theatre stage in the world it seems. The floor can open up to a large pool. You can pre book drinks and snacks for half time-all very efficient. Only downer is almost 2000 people and about 10 toilets for half time, it was bedlam.
  • This stage is amazing!! Nice company dancers, great technique, beautiful sound and lights. Very good music and show, unique costumes and truely fine event!!
  • Expectations for THE ONE GRAND SHOW was high and the actual result was: • Flat as a 100 year old undusted wooden chair. • Boring and cold as a machine. • Lead vocalist just took the show to abyss with his weak, undistinctive and impersonal voice. Jean-Paul Gaultier should fire his current choreographer. Or change the whole cast? Or just keep to fashion? Even the costumes lack the creativity. Why the hell do they have WHITE costumes?!? The Black and Asians just looked like CAUCASIANS. Was this meant to be? The architecture itself was classic in its style and the interior depicted an eerie of outdated-modernism. Acoustics inside the room needed some upgrade in compared to a number of theatres I have been to.
  • Went to go see The Wyld show. This is a review for that. This show was good but not great. It's more like, wow that took a lot of practice and not, wow I've never seen that before. The lights and music were amazing! The theater is relatively small so any seat is solid. For the almost $150 for 2 people I would say it is not worth the money