Between mines and steel works in the Ruhr-area at Bochum is situated the most important Shakespeare theatre of western-Germany.
Total wiev at the nine "Constantin" Bochum
Blast furnaces of the steel works Bochumer Verein
Chimneys of the "Bochumer Verein"
The end of "Much ado about nothing" Hero (Helga Siemers) and Beatrice (Paula Denk), between the two actrices the producer Hans Schalla.
The scene where will be married Hero with Claudio a young lord of Florence (Alfons Lipp) and Benedick a young Lord of Padua with Beatrice
The two followers of Don John are arrested by the constable Dogberry (Erwin Kleist) the Scene where they confess that Don John lied to have seen Hero during a night with a lover.
Leonato (Wilhelm Grimm) rewards the constable Dogberry because he arrested the two followers of Don John and so he has saved the Honour of his daughter Hero.
Claudio shall be married with Hero, but here bridegroom Claudio was falls informated that Hero had a lover the last night in here room. He accuses the intended to be unfaithful. She will be faint.
The placard with the anounce for the world Festival in Bruxelles
Total wiev over the town Bochum from the roof of the Theatre
The Theatre, where there are every year the Shakespeare Festivals of Germany.
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Background: Between mines and steel works in the Ruhr-area at Bochum is situated the most important Shakespeare theatre of western-Germany. Here is the seat of the German Shakespeare-Society too. Their leader is the famous author and Shakespeare-trans-leter Dr. Rudol Alexander Schroder, the prominent honourary-member is the Catholic Cardinal Dr. Frings from Cologne. Every year here are staged two or three plays of William Shakespeare beside the modern authors. The best rehearse in this year is "Much ado about nothing" produced by Hans Schalla the Boss of the Theatre. Therefore the stage was invited to play during the World Festival at Bruxelles during the world Exposition "EXPO 58" the 3, and 4. June in the Theatre Royal Flammande.