The Prime Time Theater is a modern Volkstheater ("People's Theater") in Berlin’s Wedding district. The name of the theater derives from the fact that the time the play starts marks the beginning of prime time.
The Prime Time Theater was founded by actors Constanze Behrends and Oliver Tautorat on December 3, 2003. The theater is located in Soldiner Kiez, a residential area in the Gesundbrunnen district. Initially, Behrends and Tautorat were the only featured actors. Together they produced the sitcom Gutes Wedding, Schlechtes Wedding (Good Wedding, Bad Wedding). Since its founding in 2003, the theater has expanded its cast of actors and has relocated several times. In 2009, the current theater was renovated with help from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Computerspielemuseum Berlin. The current building contains a 220-seat auditorium and features a bar.
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