Entity Theatre’s 2017 spring production is the European premiere of Numbers, originally written in Spanish by Mar Gómez Glez for the Royal Court Theatre,
and translated into English by William Gregory.
It is based on a true story and deals with the crew of a Spanish trawler who are confronted with a critical choice - a choice that affects the fate of the migrants on a capsizing boat.
Stranded in the Mediterranean sea close to Malta for six days, the characters are trapped in a web of human conflicts, diplomacy, politics, and media.
Numbers is a political play: it's serious, it's satirical, it's deep, yet it is also humorous.
Entity hosts a series of workshops on acting and performance twice yearly.
They are open to anyone with a good command of the English language,
not just native speakers.
Welcome to Entity Theatre!
Entity - that's English-language theatre at its best. Based in Munich,
we have been part of local arts and cultural life for over 15 years.
We welcome people from all backgrounds to join our workshops, where many of our production members have been introduced to Entity Theatre.
Previous theatre experience isn't required - talent and dedication comes a long way.
We are regularly invited to perform at FEATS (Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies), the leading theatre competition for English-speaking amateur groups in Europe.
Learn more about us.
Entity Theatre is also featured on the official Munich website.
Entity at FEATS
- The Ribbon written by Guy Las
- WINNER: The Daw-Verulam Award for the Best Original Script FEATS 2014
- NOMINATION: The Blackie Award for Best Actress – Kate Scholes
- Three Nights with Madox written by Matei Visniec
- FIRST PLACE: The Founders’ Trophy FEATS 2012
- WINNER: The Blackie Award for Best Actress – Anne Wollstein
- WINNER: The Blackie Award for Best Actor – Daniel Holzberg
Do you want to act, direct, do make-up, work backstage or simply get involved? Just get in touch! Email Entity