The early 1990s, with the collapse of the German Democratic Republic and the reunification of Germany, resulted in the most radical shake-up of German theatre since 1933. German theatre remains in a state of crisis, haunted by constant threats of cutbacks and closures. What is this German “theatre crisis” from the macroeconomic, political, and social perspectives? How might it be mitigated?

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