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The overhead railway had been completed in , and the square resembled a small park prior to the arrival of the electric trams in the boom of post-WW1 Berlin. The venue was very diverse in its programming, in addition to the gay and lesbian balls were cultural events such as operetta and theatre performances, cabarets and literary evenings.
The adjacent street is now named after her. Like so much of Nollendorfplatz, the building was destroyed by bombing in However what is not immediately visible is the run-down, shoddy state they were in by the late s. People were burning coal for heating causing a great deal of soot and smog in the air, blackening the plasterwork of the buildings. Consequently, there was no spare money for the repair and upkeep of these grand mansion blocks.
Many were let and sub-let and often dangerously overcrowded. Shortly after the writers WH Auden and Christopher Isherwood arrived in the city in and respectively, they were joined by a young schoolfriend of theirs, Stephen Spender. In later life he would become the renowned poet Sir Stephen Spender but at the time he was content to keep up with his racy, adventurous friends and he also kept a diary of his time in Berlin.
The bridges, arches, stations and commanding noise of the overhead railway have taken possession of the square and the streets leading eastward to the ever more sordid tenements. Construction was started in and it opened in , intended as a centre-piece for the newly laid-out Nollendorfplatz. By the Mozartsalle had been converted into a cinema and in the coming years would host the Friday-night premieres of films produced by the burgeoning Ufa film company based in Potsdam.
By the late s, the theatre had been leased by director and producer Erwin Piscator, who staged extraordinary, ground breaking new work with contributions from the likes of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill.