Theater RambaZamba in Berlin was founded in 1991 by the actress Gisela Höhne. 25 years later, the art and theatre world, the public and the media recognize RambaZamba as “Germany’s most famous inclusive theatre” (Mainzer Allgemeine) and as a place where it’s possible to experience “disability as a strength” (Frankfurter Rundschau). The peculiarity of Theater RambaZamba is its actors: 35 people with different disabilities are working as professional actors. They rehearse five days a week and play about 80 shows per year in-house, as well as in guest performances in Germany and abroad. The productions always cross the borders of dance, music and the visual arts. The various forms and content spectrum of the productions show the diversity, perspective and potential of the actors. Besides the professional theatre section, RambaZamba offers free-time activities, such as pottery, percussion and photography, for people with disabilities.