Theater Casino Zug

Zug

Zug: Stadt - am Kolinplaz

Zug: Stadt - am Kolinplaz

Zug: Entladestrasse des Ökihofs

Zug: Entladestrasse des Ökihofs

Zug: am See

Zug: am See

Zug › West

Zug › West

Zug: Zugerberg

Zug: Zugerberg

Zug: Zufahrt zum Zuger Ökihof

Zug: Zufahrt zum Zuger Ökihof

Zug: Stadt - Zugersee, Sicht Richtung West

Zug: Stadt - Zugersee, Sicht Richtung West

Zug: Hafen

Zug: Hafen

The Theater Casino Zug, built in 1909, is the city’s cultural beacon and enjoys a unique location by Lake Zug. In 1981 a theatre was added as an annex to the historical part with its art nouveau rooms.

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Dagobert Keiser and Richard Bracher, two well-known Zug architects, designed the building, which reflected the baroque forms of the nearby Old Town houses. The theatre has hosted theatrical activities on the part of laypeople who founded the Theatre and Music Company (TMGZ) 1809 and who have enjoyed great success with their plays, operas and finally operettas. The new theatre was built in 1979-1981 by architects Hans-Peter Ammann of Zug and Peter Baumann of Lucerne. The stage tower was built on a slope, thus enabling the audience to enter the hall from the lakeward side and enjoy from the foyer the view of the light effects over Lake Zug.

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