Frankfurt’s English Theatre was founded in 1979 by Kevin Oakes from South Africa and Jon Johnson, Mary Jackson and Ken Elrod from the United States. Kevin Oakes became the theatre’s artistic director.
In 203, it moved into its current state-of-the-art, 300-seat home, sponsored by the Dresdner Bank. The theatre is now the largest English-language theatre on the European continent. We took in their production of Pygmalion with a minimalist set and good acting. The audience was young and, of course, they all spoke German. Interesting to see such interest in an English play. The lounge where one could get a drink was cool with neat vibes. Looking at the list of their previous productions you can’t help but feel impressed.
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