Bohème Sauvage's Theatrical Shows End with a 1920s Party

 - Jan 31, 2018
References: boheme-sauvage.net & vogue
For travelers and local Berliners who are interesting in living through a roaring 1920s party, Bohème Sauvage offers Weimar Republic era-inspired theatrical productions. A noteworthy performance is an operetta that is an immersive theatrical conceptualization of "cabaret culture through a series of 'scandalous' sketch shows." Taking place at Ballhaus Berlin, the operetta 'Kabarett der Namenlosen' is conceived by Le Pustra and was popularized throughout the 20s and late 30s. The show explores the sexual and artistic freedoms in Berlin during the time period and the Ballhaus offers the perfect smoky and provocative mise-en-scène.

The burlesque quality in the costumes and the almost hallucinatory ambiance outwardly encourages guests to "leave [their] inhibitions at the door." Post-act the attendees can relive the roaring era first-hand as they are treated to a 1920s party.