Once a riding hall (Reithalle), today it is the venue for a variety of artistic performances: The charming studio stage of the Coburg state theatre has its very own flair and convinces with entertaining performances. Built in 1852 under Duke Ernst II by architect Georg Rothbart, the historic ashlar sandstone building houses a modern theatre with 99 seats inside. The separation between audience and stage is almost eliminated, the exchange between the two is easy and the way is free for diverse open theatre forms. In the past, thanks to the politician and publicist Feodor Streit, the ducal riding hall was the meeting place of the German Gymnastics and Singing Association as well as the National Association - and thus a sign of German liberalism and the democracy movement.
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