Super Human Television Programme Worldwide.

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Super Human Television programme worldwide is based on Germany’s TV show The Super Brain hosted by Jörg Pilawa original title Deutschlands Superhirn aired on TV ZDF produced by Endemol Shine Group (a joint-venture between The Walt Disney Company and Apollo Global Management) and headquartered in the Netherlands in 2015.

Endemol created and ran reality, talent and game show franchises worldwide, including Big Brother, Deal or No Deal, Wipeout, The Money Drop, and Your Face Sounds Familiar. The company also has a portfolio of drama and comedy series including titles such as The Fall, Peaky Blinders, Hell on Wheels, Benidorm, Ripper Street, Black Mirror, Bad Education, My Mad Fat Diary, Hot in Cleveland, Kirstie, Leverage, Home and Away, Death Comes to Pemberley and The Crimson Field.

The program has been licensed in many countries , The United States of America (USA) Superhuman TV show unscripted compertition series hosted by Kal Penn aired on FOX, China ( Jiangsu Television 江蘇衛視 Super Brain 最强大脑 , The Brain 最强大脑之燃烧吧大脑 hosted by Jiang Changjian ), Italy ( TV Rai 1 Superbrain Le Supermenti hosted by Paola Perego ), Poland ( Telewizja Polsat The Brain. Genialny Umysł hosted by Jerzy Mielewski ), TV National Geographic Channel en Latinoamérica Super Cerebros. SuperCerebros a Latin American television program broadcast by NatGeo and conducted by the Chilean Rafael Araneda and celebrity Alfonso Herrera Mexican actor, María Adelaida Puerta Colombian actress, Benny Ibarra Mexican musician and composer and Andrés Rieznik doctor of physics of Argentine nationality, Brazil, Spain and France.

The National Theatre Munich Germany. München Nationaltheater.

The National Theatre Munich Germany München Nationaltheater is a historic opera house home of the Bavarian State Opera Bavarian State Orchestra and the Bavarian State Ballet

The National Theatre Munich Germany München Nationaltheater is a historic opera house home of the Bavarian State Opera Bavarian State Orchestra and the Bavarian State Ballet WordPress

The National Theatre Munich Germany. München Nationaltheater is a historic opera house home of the Bavarian State Opera, Bavarian State Orchestra and the Bavarian State Ballet.

History:

The first theatre was commissioned in 1810 by King Maximilian I of Bavaria because the nearby Cuvilliés Theatre had too little space. It was designed by Karl von Fischer, with the 1782 Odéon in Paris as architectural precedent. Construction began on 26 October 1811 but was interrupted in 1813 by financing problems. In 1817 a fire occurred in the unfinished building.

The new theatre finally opened on 12 October 1818 with a performance of Die Weihe by Ferdinand Fränzl, but was soon destroyed by another fire on 14 January 1823 the stage décor caught fire during a performance of Die beyden Füchse by Étienne Méhul and the fire could not be put out because the water supply was frozen. Coincidentally the Paris Odéon itself burnt down in 1818.

Second theatre – 1825 to 1943
Designed by Leo von Klenze, the second theatre incorporated Neo-Grec features in its portico and triangular pediment and an entrance supported by Corinthian columns. In 1925 it was modified to create an enlarged stage area with updated equipment. The building was gutted in an air raid on the night of 3 October 1943.

Third theatre – 1963 to present
The third and present theatre (1963) recreates Karl von Fischer’s original neo-classical design, though on a slightly larger, 2,100-seat scale. The magnificent royal box is the centre of the interior rondel, decorated with two large caryatids. The new stage covers 2,500 square metres (3,000 sq yd), and is thus the world’s third largest, after the Opéra Bastille in Paris and the Grand Theatre Warsaw.

Through the consistent use of wood as a building material, the auditorium has excellent acoustics. Architect Gerhard Moritz Graubner closely preserved the original look of the foyer and main staircase. It opened on 21 November 1963 with an invitation-only performance of Die Frau ohne Schatten under the baton of Joseph Keilberth. Two nights later came the first public performance, of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, again under Keilberth.