Over 100 years old, the Bockenheimer Depot is one of Frankfurt’s most captivating buildings thanks to its unusual architecture. It was first listed as a historic monument in 1979, one of the first industrial sites in the greater Rhine-Main area to receive this distinction. In 1988, it was renovated and repurposed as a theater based on plans by the architectural firm Henrici and Geiger. Since then the Bockenheimer Depot has been a leading venue for cultural events, serving as a performance space for Frankfurt’s Städtische Bühnen and, since 2004, the former The Forsythe Company. From 1995 to 2004, the Theater am Turm (TAT) also performed at the Bockenheimer Depot. In October 2015, the Dresden Frankfurt Dance Company as successor to the Forsythe Company performs at the Bockenheimer Depot for the first time.