On Stage: Current Performances

Late Night Theatre Jam

Ongoing, on the second and fourth Fridays of each month

Jim_Michael_Dennis_MUTH_001_1Theater Drachengasse / Bar&Co
1., Fleischmarkt 20-22

The English Lovers improv night offers much spontaneity, music and audience participation. No two shows are alike!

Please check the schedule for date changes.




Through May 30  (additional dates being planned)

7., Neustiftgasse 1

Austria’s famous playwright Franz Grillparzer’s third and final installation of the Golden Fleece trilogy, Medea reinterprets the conclusion of the ancient Greek saga of the Argonauts as a timeless tale of revenge, vindictiveness, jealousy and exile. In German with English supertitles. Read our review in the March issue.

Performances on April 11, 25 & 28 and May 12 & 30 at 19:30
Additional dates being planned



The Misanthrope (Der Menschenfeind)

Through May 13 (additional dates being planned)

© Alexi Pelekanos

7., Neustiftgasse 1

Widely regarded as one of the greatest masterpieces of comedy in Western literature, Molière’s social satire The Misanthrope receives a breath of fresh air from Felix Hafner’s modern adaption. In German, supertitled in English.

Performances on Apr 18 & May 13 at 19:30



Schikaneder: The Turbulent Love Story Behind The Magic Flute

Through June 30, 2017

Raimund Theaterschikaneder-theater-1971
6., Wallgasse 18-20

The Raimund Theater sets the stage for Emanuel Schikaneder, legendary writer of The Magic Flute. Read our review in the October issue.

Daily performances (except Mondays and holidays)



Theater am Spittelberg Summer Stage

Through Sep 30

Theater am Spittelberg
7., Spittelberggasse 10

This colorful summer fixture offers an eclectic mix of theater, music and performances from all over the world. Check website for suitability, as not all performances may be in English or even German!



Upcoming Performances


Beau Jest

May 29–Jul 8. Performances daily 19:30 (except Sundays).

Vienna’s English Theatre
8., Josefsgasse 12

James Sherman’s comedy of manners has teacher Sarah Goldman entangled in increasingly farcical knots as she tries to please her Jewish parents.